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Alright, let’s break this down. We’ve got a chunk of HTML code here. It’s a mix of div tags, anchor tags, and scripts.

First off, there’s a div class named “info”. Nested within it, there’s another div class named “share”.

Now, this is where it gets interesting. There’s a div class named “a2a_kit a2a_kit_size_32 a2a_default_style”. It’s loaded with anchor tags. Each tag represents a different social media platform.

You’ve got Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, WhatsApp, and Email. Each of these anchor tags has a class and data-notrack attribute.

But hold on, there’s more! There’s a script in there too. It’s a function named “sd_addtoany_onshare”. It’s all about sharing data.

Then, there’s a variable “a2a_config”. It’s an object with a property “callbacks”. This property is an array that holds the function we talked about earlier.

There’s another script tag. This one’s sourcing a page.js file from “https://static.addtoany.com/menu/”.

That’s the end of the “share” div class. But we’re not done yet. There’s another div class named “article-info”.

Inside it, there’s an anchor tag. It’s a hyperlink to a page on “https://www.sherdog.com/”. The text of the link is “Sherdog.com Staff”.

And finally, there’s a span tag. It holds a date – “Dec 2, 2023”.

And that’s it. That’s the breakdown of the HTML code. Quite a ride, huh?

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