Brutstrap: CSS for bootstrapping a brutalist website

Brutstrap is a set of CSS rules and styleguide for building a brutalist website.

A website is not HTML tags, CSS elements, databases, or JavaScript scripts. As David Bryant Copeland says, it is “raw content true to its construction.”

This framework is available on Gitlab.com, and is released under the Unlicense: anyone may use it for any purpose.

Content is represented as it is structured.

The different elements of the page should be displayed in the same order as their structure in the HTML document.

Only links and buttons should respond to clicks.

A website should allow two means of interaction: a hyperlink that brings you to a destination, and form which submits information to a server.

Related content should be on the same page.

A website is not a printed document and has


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The only cheat sheet you need

README.md

Unified access to the best community driven cheat sheets repositories of the world.
Let’s imagine for a moment that there is such a thing as an ideal cheat sheet.
How it should look like?
What features should it have?
concise — it should be concise; it should contain only things you need and nothing else;
fast — it should be possible to use it instantly;
comprehensive — it should contain answers for every question you could have;
universal — it should be available everywhere, as soon as needed, without any preparations;
unobtrusive — it does not distract you from your main task when you are using it;
tutoring — it helps you to learn the subject;
inconspicuous — it should be possible to use it completely unnoticed.
Such a thing does exist.
Features
cheat.sh
has simple curl/browser interface;
covers 55 programming languages, several DBMSes, and more than 1000 most important UNIX/Linux commands;
provides access to the best community driven cheat sheets repositories


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