If you are having trouble selecting text from the code examples in the articles on thesitewizard.com, it probably means that you are using Internet Explorer 6 ("IE6"). IE6 has a bug that prevents its users from being able to select text under certain circumstances.
The solution is simple: either use a later version of Internet Explorer (eg, IE 11) or a different browser like Firefox or Chrome. As a web designer (or a potential web designer), you will need to have them anyway for cross-browser testing. And it's not like you have to pay any money to get and use them. They're all free. (In point of fact, even using IE 5.5 and IE 5 will solve the problem. That is, the bug is specific to IE 6 and no other version or browser.)
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