Free HTML Code Cheat Sheets

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Get Your FREE HTML Code Cheat Sheets

If you’ve ever attempted to code with HTML, you know that there are many tags to remember. If you’re a beginner, I know it’s especially challenging. That’s why I created these pretty free HTML code cheat sheets with the most common HTML tags (something I wish I had when I was learning how to code). The sheets come in three different styles: white, mint and pink. They’re nicely decorated with beautiful flowers so that you may stick it on your wall and voilà! It’s art for your workspace. Code can look beautiful, it’s all in how it’s presented!

Helpful Info

  • Sheet size: 5.9×8.2 inches
  • Includes crop marks so when the image is cut to size, the sheets will have a full bleed
  • If you’re cutting with scissors, draw a line connecting all four crop marks. It makes cutting in a straight line easier


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    1. Hi Brenda,

      Thanks for letting me know. I will look into this further to see if there’s an issue from my end. In the meantime, have you checked your “junk” email folder? If it’s not there, please send me an email: and I will email you the reference sheets.

  1. Very helpful I love your website! So aesthetically pleasing! I’m interested in web design, I’m currently studying programming languages but I plan to specialize in design. Any tips? Thanks for the beautiful HTML reference sheet!

    1. Hi Justin,

      You’re going in the right direction! Having a solid foundation in front-end web development is an absolute must if you’re considering becoming a web designer. If you know other programming languages that’s even better. There are so many great websites out there that can help you improve your design skills. I suggest becoming familiar with Pinterest, Behance and Dribble for inspiration and design blogs like smashing magazine to stay on-top of the latest design news. Hope this helps 🙂

  2. Oh my god, this seriously the BEST post ever! I can’t tell you how much time I waste going on google and looking up codes when I forget. I love the pink one, so cute (and helpful) <3

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