December 14, 2021 at 3:34 pm #2914KukoyakaParticipant
You need to decide on the tasks and goals that the site will serve.
Before starting to write the code directly, you need to decide – why do you need a site at all, what tasks it will solve, what benefit do you want to derive from your resource yourself and how it will be useful to other users? You can check this link to see an example. You need to be aware that the site is a product that develops and improves over time, therefore, before creating it, you need to decide on those points and aspects on which the main emphasis will be placed. The extent to which the main points are worked out will depend on how successfully the site will develop in the future.
It is useful to develop a scheme for the future site.
Not a small benefit in the development of an individual project will be the creation of a scheme for the future site. You can use a graphic editor to imagine how the planned site will look like. In what places and which blocks will take their place. What services will be needed and on what pages they will be located. Decide on the elements that will be repeated, as well as those that will change dynamically. It is customary to divide the main block into twelve columns and arrange all elements according to these columns. To facilitate the task, you need to study ready-made sites, analyze their structure, pay attention to the strengths and weaknesses. The advantages are undoubtedly worth implementing on your resource. Careful analysis and preparation before programming will save you from significant rework and save a lot of money and time.May 10, 2022 at 6:52 am #3569anselm saraParticipant
Decide on the components that will be repeated as well as the pieces that will change dynamically in the final output. It is customary to divide the main block into twelve columns and arrange all of the items in the main block in accordance with the play tic tac toe twelve-column division of the primary block. If you want to make the procedure more straightforward, you should look at ready-made sites and assess their structure, paying special attention to their advantages and limitations.
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