How To Make A Website 2

How To Make A Website

Want to learn how to make a website in only 10 days? You’ve always wanted to create your own website, but don’t feel you have the necessary skills or you think you can’t afford to pay a web created thousands of dollars to create a website for you. Help reaches hand! At that time I started making my first website, my only skill as a website contractor was the ability to type. I couldn’t write HTML (and I still can’t!).

The Standard type of setup is already chosen – this is preferred if you don’t want to personalize the setup. Click on the ‘Next’ button and the another display screen will appear. The next screen (see below) is the ‘Verify Settings’ window where you will find settings like the setup type, the destination folder, and the SDK components to be downloaded next, in addition to the total size of the downloads.

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Click on the ‘Next’ button and the another screen can look. If you have Intel’s Virtualization Technology enabled in your PC Linux and BIOS kernel, it’ll be discovered as shown on the wizard’s display then. You can read up more on this technology at the URL shown on the screen.

Then click on the ‘Finish’ button. The SDK components stated in the ‘Verify Settings’ windowpane will begin installing as shown below. Wait for the set up and download of the SDK components to complete. Once downloading and installation is completed, the log windows shall appear as shown. Note that this log window is where any error messages, if any, will be displayed. Let’s assume that the log windowpane does not screen any error messages, go through the ‘Finish’ button.

The next display screen shown is the Android Studio Welcome Screen itself (shown below). You have now successfully installed Android Studio Version 2.2 on your Debian 8.6 PC. NOTE: The latest version of Android Studio has a fresh look that differs from the prior version. One of the major difference is the way Android Studio deal with updates – if there are any, a small screen (or two) will pop up on the top right hand corner and informs you of the fact. To apply the updates (if you want), just click on the ‘revise’ item and follow the on-screen instructions.

You are now able to pause and admire your handiwork, then close Android Studio by simply clicking the ‘x’ at the top right hand corner of the windows. Ignore any warnings on the terminal and close it then. Remember that, at the moment, you have to start a terminal, change to the correct bin directory and then launch ‘’ to start Android Studio. Surely there must be an easier way and there is certainly!

A window like the one shown below, can look. You can now enter a genuine name for that – ‘Android Studio room’ seems appropriate here. In the comment field, enter any text you like – ‘Google’s Programming IDE for Android’ seems appropriate here. Leave the ‘Launch in Terminal? For the icon, go through the placeholder icon, and get around to your home directory, double-click on ‘android-studio’ and ‘bin’ web directories, and then choose the ‘studio room.png’ file (see figure below). Then click ‘OK’ to dismiss the ‘Launcher Properties’ windows.