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This handy low-priced book is packed with HTML/XHTML definitions and tips, including those for HTML5 elements in depth. Snappy writing and illustrative code samples walk readers through HTML uses and element definitions. Handy pocket size provides a convenient reference for HTML coders. A true companion to standards-compliant design. The HTML Pocket Guide is for both beginning users, who want an introduction to HTML, and more advanced users, who are looking for a convenient reference. While HTML5 is still under development, browser manufacturers are already supporting many of its features in Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, and the upcoming Internet Explorer 9. So, now is the time to start learning about it.

The HTML Pocket Guide is a valuable companion to creating standards-compliant markup that will help Web designers and developers quickly define content and meaning. Accessible, convenient, and inexpensive, this pocket guide is exactly what web designers and developers need.

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Handy Sept. 28 2010
By A. Ali - Published on
Format: Paperback
A nifty little book, designed for reference. Most of the entries have code snippet examples. The book can be used for self-learning as well, as the chapters are thematic: lists, text, forms, tabular data, etc.
Great little reference book March 18 2014
By jmloftus13 - Published on
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I am new to web design so I frequently have to look up element names and associated tags. These references make it quick and easy. This volume does cover HTML5 and it has a a handy alphabetic list at the end. Beginning sections have some generic info about coding in HTML but not enough for you to skip a larger reference.
Fine Small Reference Volume Aug. 2 2012
By Jack Bowyer - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I was looking for a small, brief-entry HTML reference volume to use at my workstation while developing web applications. The standard definitive texts are simply too cumbersome to quick-scan comfortably. This fine volume fills that bill perfectly.
Helpful !! Informative!! Dec 24 2013
By Fouzia K - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
The writing style of this book is a bit complex though its informative. Especially this book is helpful for those one who are immediate learner of html.
The HTML Pocket Guide July 14 2012
By Rick - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I love this book. It has everything that I need for doing HTML and explains everything well. I recommend buying this book if you need a guide.