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Added easy to use section to the about page

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hgscm/templates/about.html

 
 		<h2>Easy to use</h2>
 
-		<p>Mercurial sports a consistent command set in which most subversion users feel right at home. Potentially dangerous actions are available via extensions you need to enable, so the basic interface is easy to use, easy to learn and hard to break. The <a href="{% url quick_start %}">Quick Start</a> should get you going in a few minutes.</p>
+		<p>Mercurial sports a consistent command set in which most subversion users feel right at home. Potentially dangerous actions are available via extensions you need to enable, so the basic interface is easy to use, easy to learn and hard to break. The <a href="{% url quick_start %}">Quick Start</a> should get you going in a just few minutes.</p>
 
 		<h2>Open Source</h2>
 

hgscm/templates/quick_start.html

 
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 <p>This also helps getting a feeling for what the commands do. </p>
-<p>(you can also do a lot of finegrained stuff by using different command options. Just call "hg help <command>" to see them). </p>
+<p>(you can also do a lot of finegrained stuff by using different command options. Just call "hg help &lt;command&gt;" to see them). </p>
 <p>One step you'll likely want to do is setting your username in your Mercurial config file. </p>
 <p>For this you can configure a proper name and email address in ~/.hgrc (or on a Windows system in %USERPROFILE%Mercurial.ini) by adding lines such as the following: </p>
 <pre><code>[ui]