FAQ: Web Scraping with Beautiful Soup - Website Structure

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Should I be looking for specific tags? or just all of them?
I can see html, body, div, p, a,
I feel like i might be missing the point on this exercise.

Is this the lesson that’s associated with the DS path?
Do you have a link so we know what you’re referring to?

So I take it knowledge of JavaScript is a precursor to using the dev tools, and knowledge of the dev tools is a precursor to continuing the lesson…

One needs to understand the DOM (document object model), or, how a webpage is structured–parent tags- children-siblings.

Okay so a bit of HTML