Asekkar n Web

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Asekker n Web d amezrar usdid ara wen-d imlen s wudem isehlen i tneflit n tt-sewleḍ allalen i teḥwaǧǧeḍ i usali n usebter Web afraray u sissen tangalt-inek tafrarayt.

Amezruy  n wasmel-inek amezwaru

D leqdic ameqṛan i usalay n wasmel asadar, ihi,ma telliḍ d amaynut deg usnefli n Web,ad-k nenhu ad tebduḍ s ttawil kan. ur tsalayeḍ ara Facebook nniḍen akka tura,maca ur yewɛiṛ ara ad terreḍ asmel Web-inek ar uqqin,ihi tura anebdu.

Mara tqedceḍ imagraden-agi s usussel, seg wulac ad d-ḥelliḍ asmel Web amezwaru-inek ar uqqin.Iya-d ihi!

Aserkeb aseɣẓan n udasil

Mara yili d ifecka n usalay n wasmel, aṭas n wafran i yellan. ma tikkelt-inek tamezwarut, yezmer ad k-ɛerqent imi ṭṭuqten imaẓragen n tangalin, amḍiq n uqedic d ifecka n ukayad yellan. deg tigezmi n usebded n useɣẓan amezwaru, ad k-d nemmel s umecwaṛ amek ara tesbedeḍ iseɣẓan iteḥwaǧǧeḍ deg usnefli n wasmel web amezwaru.

Amek ara d yeffeɣ wasmel-inek?

Before you start writing the code for your website, you should plan it first. What information are you showcasing? What fonts and colors are you using? What will your website look like? We outline a simple method you can follow to plan out your site's content and design.

Dealing with files

A website consists of many files: text content, code, stylesheets, media content, and so on. When you're building a website, you need to assemble these files into a sensible structure and make sure they can talk to one another. Dealing with files explains how to set up a sensible file structure for your website and what issues you should be aware of.

HTML basics

Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the code that you use to structure your web content, and give it meaning and purpose. For example, is my content a set of paragraphs, or a list of bullet points? Do I have images inserted in my page? Do I have a data table? Without overwhelming you, HTML basics provides enough information to make you familiar with HTML.

CSS basics

Cascading Stylesheets (CSS) is the code that you use to style your website. For example, do you want text to be black or red? Where should content be drawn on the screen? What background images and colors should be used to decorate your website? CSS basics takes you through what you need to get started.

JavaScript basics

JavaScript is the programming language that you use to add interactive features to your website, for example games, things that happen when buttons are pressed or data is entered in forms, dynamic styling effects, animation, and much more. JavaScript basics gives you an idea of what is possible with this exciting language, and how to get started.

Publishing your website

Once you have finished writing the code and organizing the files that make up your website, you need to put it all online so people can find it. Publishing your sample code describes how to get your simple sample code online with minimum effort.

How the web works

When you access your favorite website, a lot of complicated things happen in the background that you may not know about. How the web works outlines what happens when you view a webpage on your computer.