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  1. Those characters would be something like left arrows and right arrows. Your document's character set has not been specified. You need to do two things: In your code editor, make sure that the character encoding is set to UTF-8 before saving the HTML file. Add a <meta> tag in the <head> indicating which character encoding is being used in the document like the following: <meta charset="UTF-8">
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  2. The value of top has to be a number, it cannot be "absolute". "absolute" should be the value of the position property. The element which wraps around the overlay should have a relative position. I cut out some superfluous elements and changed some of the code back to what it was in the original W3Schools examples: https://www.w3schools.com/code/tryit.asp?filename=GSU8T8H7Z2IN
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  3. It seems that W3Schools does not explain how to set up and use Python on the server-side, maybe because it is very common for people to use Python for programming on their PC rather than as a server-side programming language. I don't use Python myself, so I can't tell you how it works. This page seems to have some explanations: https://pythonbasics.org/webserver/
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  5. Hey all, how can I help bring a Julia Programming Course to w3schools? The language is currently growing and with the growth, we are looking to develop and position resources across new location on the web. We currently have over 10,000,000 downloads of the language! Thanks. julialang.org
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  6. Study all aspects of CSS, then you'll have it all covered to pass.
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  7. Python is an alternative to PHP. PHP is actually not a great language, which is why most larger websites will use something different.
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