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CSS Crib Sheet – Accessibility Mnemonics

Instead of counting sheep tonight, recite the little CSS Prayer that your mother taught you as a child. Remember? All of your CSS Stylesheet rules of thumb are there, complete with mnemonics!

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Note: This crib sheet is part of the ancient scrolls. CSS 3.0 properties were only beginning to be seen in use on the web when this cheat sheet was floating around the internet. Take note of the off-site links! It’s interesting to see what some of the authors of the early CSS recommendations have accomplished in the past 20 years! I don’t remember where it came from. If you know, please tell me so I can include a proper citation. It might have been from CSSCreator.com but that site is down at time of publishing.


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