FAQ: Learn HTML Elements – Intro to HTML – Review


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A few times throughout the video, Chelsea references ‘resources’ regarding this video that we can check out later. For example she said she would include the computerphile video in resources, and also we can check resources for more info on when we should use a div vs. a section element. Where exactly can I find these resources?


I am looking for the same answers as well.


Me too! Very confusing…


i am curious .What is the name of the text editor that codecademy uses ?


It’s very likely a licensed product designed for the type of embedding used in the Learning Environment and not something you or I could get our hands on without purchasing a license. Not a helpful answer, I know. A very similar environment is available for online at repl.it. It’s free to register.


Thanks for replying. Youu are kinda right