According to Code Academy:
"A markup language is a programming language used to make text do more than just sit on a page:"
Since when is this true? I'm a little disappointed that in the second lesson there are already errors.
An accurate description of a markup language would be (from stackexchange):
"A markup language is a language which is used to represent structured data."
"Markup languages are NOT considered as programming languages."
To prove my point, please write this 1000 times:
"HTML is a data format, not a programming language."
You are allowed to use any programming language to write a loop that writes that text 1000 times.
You are also allowed to TRY to do that in HTML.
If you can do it in HTML, I'll give you a cookie and call myself a fool.
Otherwise...PLEASE FIX THIS!