Ian Lloyd works as a senior Web designer for Nationwide Building Society where he's largely responsible for promoting the Web accessibility ethic. Ian is also a member of the Web Standards project which aims to promote best-practices among Web Developers and software companies.
"A thorough and well-designed tutorial that focuses on practical issues. It is not a gloss that slips easily over some main points, but drills down to a surprising depth of detail. In particular Build Your Own Web Site the Right Way Using HTML & CSS shows users how to comply with web standards, which is the key to a problem-free site. "
--Major Keary, Linux Users of Victoria Inc.
"Whether you are brand new to website design or wish to refresh yourself and learn more, Build Your Own Web Site The Right Way Using HTML and CSS is an engaging, easy-to-follow guide to staking your claim on the World Wide Web. I highly recommend it!"
--Lynda Lippin, Blogcritics Magazine
"This is a great book to learn how to build a website in the modern style - with CSS. It teaches XHTML and includes lots of extras beyond just building the site itself. I like this book so much I'm going to start recommending it as a reference along with my Free XHTML Class."
--Jennifer Kyrnin, About.com: Web Design/HTML
"Build Your Own Web Site the Right Way is quick and easy to follow, matched with subtle humor, and a straightforward manner. While this may be a beginner's book, even the more seasoned learners can pick up a few a few good habits and unlearn some bad ones, too."
--Mona Lisa Safai, TCM Reviews
"Any library catering to programmers; and any working Web programmer; as well as many seeking a clear reference introduction need The Ultimate HTML Reference."
--Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review
"What can I say? This book replaced Taylor's book as my primary HTML reference at home and at the office. It's well worth the 45 dollar price-tag. "
--Larry Grinnell, MyMac Magazine
"The book is very well laid out...Ian Lloyd has done an insanely outstanding job of providing all the information you could ever want about any HTML element or attribute. This is definitely a book that will be sitting on my desk and one that I will dip into every now and again and one that you should have too.
--Dr Colin Brown, Amazon.com
"The Ultimate HTML Reference can be used in a variety of ways. The first chapter explains the differences and uses of HTML versus XHTML. The rest of the book is separated into intuitive sections so that those new to HTML can learn step by step. Finally, the author has added a variety of extremely useful appendixes: for code that is rarely used anymore (and often no longer supported by common browsers), for non-standard elements, and code in alphabetical order for easy reference.
--Dr. Tamy Brady, TCM Reviews
"This book has become my go-to reference for anything HTML."
--Dale Vogel, Amazon.com
"...the aesthetics of this book are outstanding. The typography and layout are superb. Astute attention to these simple elements remarkably enhances the usefulness and readability of this book. An important aspect of my own job is transferring the same approach to the visual interfaces of Web applications, so I appreciate the sweat that went into this simplicity...The world of HTML is fairly simple but can be treacherous. That is exactly why someone moving into this world will find this book a ready aid. "
--Brett Merkey, Amazon.com
"Simply put, this HTML reference will be close at hand whenever I need to modify my Websites. No longer will I be combing the Web for a decent site that has sub-standard HTML documentation."
--James Koopman, Following Technology with an Opinion