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Krygore

King Coder
Recommended learning site:
Freecodecamp.org
I have found it to be a very useful resource! They have hundreds of hours of courses for each coding category and it's all free!
 

semicodin

New Coder
Here’s my favorite site: https://validator.w3.org

You won’t always like the outcome, but it will discipline you to write clean code.

You’ve got to be careful with CSS and HTML because your page can be loaded with bad code . . . and still display correctly. Trust me, sooner or later you’re going to have to clean that bad boy up so you might as well correct it right now and boldly go forward. Oh and, one error can trigger another error which triggers something else.

It isn’t pretty heh. Take it from someone who knows. ;)
 
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