Media praise for HTML Pocket Reference
"I really do intend to keep this pocket reference handy when I am working on the various web sites that I maintain...I recommend this book to anyone already versed in HTML as a quick reference to HTML tag structure and tag attibutes."
"[Consumers] will find the fine 'pocket references' produced by O'Reilly to be compact and affordable."
-- , The Computer Shelf: Midwest Book Review
--Joe Baeza, Sierra Vista IBM PC Users Group, April 2003
"O'Reilly's 'HTML Pocket Reference, 2nd Ed.' is a great help to anyone who works with HTML. It may be small, but it packs a lot of info into its pages."
--Provo Linux Users Group, Jan 2003
"...this pocket reference is well worth the shelf space. Even better, prop it between your screen and speaker so it is immediately available when needed."
--Andrew Cormack, News@UK, July 2002
"I recommend this to anyone who wants to make HTML easier. It is a quick, helpful, and easy to understand guide."
--Camiel Sims, Williamsburg Macromedia User Group, August 2002
"I've been using the 'HTML Pocket Reference' by Jennifer Niederst (O'Reilly) for the past couple of months and find it to truly be 'an indispensable guide' for writing html code. Not only does it list all the tags and their attributes, but it explains what each attribute does and whether it's required and why. Also, it identifies whether a tag attribute is recognized by Netscape and/or Explore and if it's deprecated...Overall, this little book is a perfect reference for writing html code. I just wish there was a Coldfusion pocket reference this comprehensive and easy to use."
--Williamsburg Macromedia User Group, May 2002
"If you find yourself in code-tweaking mode and need a fast and easy guide to help you out, then turn to the second edition of O'Reilly's 'HTML Pocket Reference.' This handy helper offers a complete list of the HTML tags supported by the most popular browsers."
--Martha Retallick, The Journal of the Tucson Computer Society, April 2002
"I'm pleased to have this book in my library, and recommend it for anyone who needs a handy quick reference of html tags."--Neil Schneider, San Diego Kernel Panic Linux User Group, April 2002