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Thanks for that thought! I'm trying to be more cognizant of accessibility and did not think about that at all. I'll be looking into this more and trying to figure out which is better moving forward then I'll update the post.

I actually got the idea for images from Learn Ruby The Hard Way where the author states:

You must type each of these exercises in, manually. If you copy and paste, you might as well not even do them. The point of these exercises is to train your hands, your brain, and your mind in how to read, write, and see code. If you copy-paste, you are cheating yourself out of the effectiveness of the lessons.

I just took it a step further and made it impossible to copy and paste.

I just took it a step further and made it impossible to copy and paste.

That make sense but the article seems way too long and heavy, and the borders only adds to the pain.

To learn how webpack works I built a boilerplate too, but I never considered to follow a tutorial. The purpose was to read the official documentation and learn how and why they are build and figure out how should I connect them.

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