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code and see it in a browser.
If you already know how to code, you will soon realise that most of the paragraphs are just full of words you don't need to read, e.g. "If there's an image on the internet you want to use on your web page, you have to set the value of the source attribute in your </img> tag to the URL of the image. You find the URL by right-clicking on it and selecting Copy Image URL on a PC or..." This would be so much better if they had just written "Find an image on a web page that you'd like to use". " PC: right click, then select "copy URL".
After a short time, it becomes really tiring reading 200 words where 20 would have done. The pages themselves are too busy with extra cartoons, arrows, labels and speech bubbles all over the place, which makes the information overload unnecessarily great.