This document describes how to populate your Cheatsheet on the kmdr web app.
You must have at least one code-snippet saved to History. For this, a kmdr client needs to have been installed an account created using the kmdr web app.
Your cheatsheet tab available at the kmdr web app is a collection of code snippets that are public. This means that while their URLs are hidden, they are share-able. Adding code-blocks to your cheatsheet is a required step in embedding code snippets into your website. We do not list cheatsheet URLs publicly but they are visible to anyone with the URL. You can make your cheatsheet private by using the kmdr Pro Plan.
Go to the History tab of the kmdr web app.
Click on the snippet you would like to save to your Cheatsheet.
Public code snippets are visible to anyone with the url. When you make the snippet public, the Embed button will become click-able.
Now that the command is public, you are able to share the URL of the individual code-blocks with others and embed it. All of your public commands are listed together in your Cheatsheet. All code blocks on your Cheatsheet you can Embed to your website