The average web page uses 26 different types of elements. Those 26 pieces of code can become a jumbled mess if you're not careful.
Clean code means fewer loading errors for your website's visitors and in some cases, better rankings in Google and other search engines. But there's more to it than that. Your code also makes a statement to anyone who might be looking at it.
Let's look at some simple tips for creating beautiful code for your site.
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