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Cheatography is now open for requests! Add your own, or support other people's requests, for cheat sheets you'd like somebody to make.

Not everybody has the time or knowledge to put together the cheat sheet they would really be able to use. So, to give everyone the chance to shout about the cheat sheets the most want to see, Cheatography now has a requests system!

Check it out to add your own requests, or support requests you would like to see turned into cheat sheets.

A Few Ideas ...

The old request system at Added Bytes ran for a few months, and there were some very popular requests. So, if you're looking for ideas for requests or cheat sheets, try some of these:

  • jQuery
  • Javascript v2
  • AJAX
  • CSS Browser Support
  • C#
  • Ubuntu
  • Java
  • MySQL v2
  • C++
  • .NET
  • SEO
  • Ruby
  • Perl
  • French
  • Actionscript
  • Chess
  • PostgreSQL
  • Python
  • Subversion
  • Joomla 1.5
  • Google Maps API
  • SQL
  • CakePHP
  • Django
  • prototype

Now Accepting Requests! was posted on 26th February, 2012.
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Well one request I have is the ability to have content link out to API documentation.

I'm currently working on a 3 column HTML Characters CheatSheet and when I'm done, I would also like to re-make the HTML characters CheatSheet to include Alt-key-codes. To do that, though, I will need to restructure it into a two column sheet. I see no easy way to do this using the format I'm aware of (array of HTML Textboxes). I would like to see a feature added to this site that exposes something like an XML file that can be edited. It would be so much easier to make these sheets if such a thing was available.

Have it so that one can download an XML file of existing Content that could be edited and uploaded. The upload would parse to file and report any errors so they can be corrected, etc. If one downloads the XML for New Draft Content that hasn't been started (i.e. Content with nothing added, yet) then a skeleton XML file would result which can be used to build content.

Alas, requests really weren't used that much. I've taken the system offline, and will rethink and rebuild it for the future.,

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