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We're talking about this through a non-responsive website laid out with tables, designed with inline styles, with ugly embedded code samples, and "bad" <br> tags. Maybe these aren't the most important things to think about when talking about the usefulness of a website.

To be fair, it was designed many years ago. The code samples are written ages ago. But regardless, sometimes, they are almost like an instant test bed for trying out some quick things.

Not as useful as MDN, but w3school had served its purpose.

Side note: has w3school ever been hacked given it being a high-profile website?

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