Wandering the web may not get you what you want in a form you can digest.
If you are serious, spend $80 for a video course and book "Algebra I" Taught By Professor James A. Sellers, Ph.D.,
The Great Courses are well done and lessons are 30 minutes, each. This starts with a review series of lessons and would take you through algebra 1 in
36 half hour lessons plus problem sets.
From the website
"Algebra without Fear
Professor Sellers takes the fear out of learning algebra by approaching it in a friendly and reassuring spirit. Most students won't have a teacher as
unhurried and as attentive to detail as Dr. Sellers, who explains everything clearly and, whenever possible, in more than one way so that the most
important concepts sink in.
He starts with a review of fractions, decimals, percents, positive and negative numbers, and numbers raised to various powers, showing how to perform
different operations on these values. Then he introduces variables as the building blocks of algebraic expressions, before moving on to the main
ideas, terms, techniques, pitfalls, formulas, and strategies for success in tackling Algebra I. Throughout, he presents a carefully crafted series of
gradually more challenging problems, building the student's confidence and mastery.
After taking this course, students will be familiar with the terminology and symbolic nature of first-year algebra and will understand how to
represent various types of functions (linear, quadratic, rational, and radical) using algebraic rules, tables of data, and graphs. In the process,
they will also become acquainted with the types of problems that can be solved using such functions, with a particular eye toward solving various
types of equations and inequalities.
Throughout the course, Professor Sellers emphasizes the following skills:
•Using multiple techniques to solve problems
•Understanding when a given technique can be used
•Knowing how to translate word problems into mathematical expressions
•Recognizing numerical patterns"
If that seems too frightening, start with "Master Math: Basic Math and Pre-Algebra "
It is about $11 on Amazon and should allow you to review and learn before you start algebra. The big gripe is that it doesn't explain addition of
fractions with different denominators very well, but everything else seems to be OK.