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How do I start using "view source"?

I am new to web development and am just now reading jQuery in Action. I also just learned about WebKit.com. I am wondering if anyone can suggest a published website where I can click "View Source" and actually start reading through the source to understand it?

I would need a pretty easy one unless someone explained it a little to me.

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I am just now learning JavaScript and jQuery. But I thought to challenge mysef with rying to figure out how a production website works would get me learning fast.

I am writing an MVC2/EF4/Linq to Entities/SQL Server 2008 website as my day job. But the project manager is handing the HTML/JavaScript/CSS/JQuery...
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Thanks!
Expert mattibutt says:
"so if he is handling why do you wanna learn about them as you will encounter enough problems within your areas stay focus on your areas unless you are asked to do them in job description" (sic)

Incredibly bad advice. Of what possible benefit is there to stop learning? I say, do as much as you can while you can; you never know what will happen.

Unless you are a slave to your current job, and have no chance of moving on, of course ;-)