so, like I said previously; I feel like I've finally found my way around Next.js, all thanks to YouTube Tutorials & the documentations these guys provide... I've heard many things bout next.js being a beginner-friendly framework you'd work with, but it surely is too early for me to say that, knowing the fact that how much do I still rely onto tutorials & google. still, it's my second day, so I don't expect to be a master at it in a single day, & decided to go easy on me, & start working onto something.
so, first thing I wanted to work onto was creating my own website, as my project. It felt easy at first, to do the 'create next-app' & 'run dev' stuff, but then came the index, _app, etc. but I continued with the tutorials anyhow.
I spent my whole day figuring bout the tags & working of all the files in a next.js app. Shoutout to @thenetninja for his YT tutorials, & CSS codes he provided, which saved my time & after 48 hours, i'm here...[the image]
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