This is why I immediately turned away from jQuery when I first started learning to code.
At the time everywhere I went to learn the approach offered was write this jQuery, it will take care of all the stuff for you. Ok cool, but what's the stuff?
It became clear that if you ever want to actually know anything about the code you are writing, you've got to walk in the gutter and learn the underlying language.
This doesn't mean you can never use a framework, but you defiantly should not start there. At least not in isolation.
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