The HTML Pocket Guide – Book Review

Web has considerably evolved since its inception two decades ago, but at its core it is still very much rooted in HTML. There are many quite good web design tools out there that don’t require you to know any HTML, but if you are serious about publishing content on the web then it behooves you to be at least familiar with this markup language. “The HTML PocketGuide” is a useful little HTML reference. Its primary audience is website development professionals who need to have an easy and convenient HTML reference. The book is very well written and informative. It could also be used as a very rudimentary HTML textbook. Overall, this is yet another well written and presented PocketGuide.


Bojan Tunguz

Bojan Tunguz was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which he and his family fled during the civil war for the neighboring Croatia. Over the past two decades he has studied, lived and worked in the United States. He is a theoretical physicist with degrees from Stanford and University of Illinois. Tunguz has taught physics at several prominent liberal arts colleges and has been writing about physics, science and technology for more than a decade. He also has a wide spectrum of interests, and reads and writes about current events, society, culture, religion and politics. Over the years he has reviewed many of the books that he has read, and posted his reviews on various online outlets. In 2011 he had become a top 10 reviewer on, where he continues to be very active. Aside from reading and writing, Tunguz enjoys traveling, digital photography, hiking, and fitness. He resides with his wife in Indiana. You can follow my review updates on the following pages as well: Facebook: Twitter: Google+:

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