Media praise for CSS Pocket Reference

"[Consumers] will find the fine 'pocket references' produced by O'Reilly to be compact and affordable."
-- James Cox, The Computer Shelf: Midwest Book Review

"Excellent reference book for key CSS concepts and properties."
--Mac Format Jan 2002

"'CSS Pocket Reference' by Eric A. Meyer is the perfect book for the casual coder looking for basic information on CSS and what it can do."
--Michael Wendt, eDevCafe, August 2001

"This is a useful book and certainly well worth the price to the professional Web designer."
--Tom Wilson, August 2001

"For anyone who wants to correctly implement CSS, this is a handy, condensed reference to all the details in the larger volume, 'Cascading Style Sheets: the Definitive Guide'."
--Teri Kieffer, Amazon Delivers Web Development, June 19, 2001

"I liked how this book didn't waste any time with introductory information. It jumps right into the meat of the topic that the reader is looking for. By far, the best feature of the book is that for each Style Element, it gives a chart showing compatibility across all versions of Internet Explorer, Netscape, and Opera, on both the PC and Macintosh. One other section that I particularly liked was the discussion on the rules of style inheritance and precedence. I would definitely recommend that you pick up this book if you are going to be working with CSS in a multi-browser environment (such as external internet sites). Again, its small footprint makes it much more portable than some of its larger counterparts."
--Jonathan Goodyear, angrycoder, June 2001