This is a jQuery cheat sheet collection for web designers and developers.
These are all free jQuery cheat sheets and I have tried to collect as many printable PDF files as I can. A couple of them are not PDF but still, they are printable.
And if you like a gizmo, Code:Deck is a set of geek playing cards that teaches jQuery.
So here’s the free collection of cheat sheets. If you like them, please don’t forget to tweet about them.
Free jQuery Cheat Sheet Collection for Web Designers
To reach the source page of any of these cheat sheets, just click on the name/title.
I’m placing this one the top of the list because this is one of my favorites in the list. It is one of my favorites because it makes it clear how callbacks receive arguments and what they are. It also clarifies methods of functionality and confusing selector syntax. You can download this cheat sheet in PDF and XLS formats as well as a big 3300px image.
This is a big cheat sheet that not only covers jQuery but its relevant CSS as well.
This is the jQuery visual cheat sheet version 1.7. This is the latest version that was released just a week ago.
This jQuery cheat sheet is made by one of the most popular web design post aggregator Dzone.
This is quite a lot like the one above, but this one is more detailed.
If you want to create valid, search engine friendly codes then this is the cheat sheet for you. It was designed back in 2010 but it is still… valid.
This is a quick reference guide. If you need to learn a cheat of one particular selector/attribute, you can just search it.
This cheat sheet enables to use jQuery’s built-in UI icons in your projects.
Bonus Cheat Sheets
Above, we covered the latest cheat sheets but there are some other resources worth mentioning.
- jQuery Cheat Sheet Wallpaper: this one is a little outdated. It was made for jQuery 1.2 back in 2008. Still pretty useful, especially if you want to set it as your wallpaper. Supported resolution is 1280 x 960.
- jQuery’s Official API: this is a must check resource if you are a web designer.
That’s it everyone. Keep designing, keep developing and stay happy.