Programming your own ATtiny85, problem

I'm a starting learn to Arduino UNO but, i have something problem get this my own program inside to ATtiny85, and then i want ask. Maybe this is wrong place to as or no.
If i understand all right, when do you start this create your own program for ATtiny85 and programmig it, it go to this way or something another way?????

  1. Install Arduino UNO, Setting your Arduino Preferences and check this Additional Board Managers URLs is this address
    "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/damellis/attiny/ide-1.6.x-boards-manager/package_damellis_attiny_index.json"
    Press "OK" at the bottom then restart the Arduino IDE.

  2. Install the ATtiny Board Package
    From the Arduino IDE go to Tools--> Board-->Boards Manager
    A new tab will open and at the top of the tab type: attiny
    Select Install on the Attiny by David. A Mellis
    Restart the Arduino IDE
    The ATtiny85 board should now be added ! Go to Tools--> Board-->Attiny85

  3. You t do first Arduino UNO setting

  • Go to Tools -> Board scroll to the bottom select ATtiny25/45/85
  • Under Tools -> Processor--> 8 MHz (internal)
  • Under Tools-->Programmer-->Arduino as ISP
  1. Then you do wrote your program and then press Sketch after it matter you press Verify/Compile. Uou get info "Done Compling".

  2. After it you do start prepare ATtiny85 for Arduino UNO doing get ATtiny85 compatible with Arduino UNO. CONNECT NOW ARDUINO UNO TO YOUR COMPUTER. You start coupling ATtiny85 to Arduino UNO with wiring it, then you check again

  • Go to Tools -> Board scroll to the bottom select ATtiny25/45/85
  • Under Tools -> Processor--> 8 MHz (internal)
  • Under Tools-->Programmer-->Arduino as ISP
  • Under Tools -> Port -> select your Arduino UNO port from this menu
  • Finally select Burn Bootloader and press it, when it is ready you can see info "Done Burning Bootloader".
    But not take off your ATtiny85 wiring and coupling.
  1. Go to get your own wrote program and open it in Arduino Uno "C:\Users\JohnDoe\Documents\Arduino". Then Upload the your sketch, press Upload. When it is ready, you do get info "Done Uploading"

  2. Now you can do test your ATtiny85 program result, Take off ATtiny from Arduino UNO, do this coupling for it and see how it work.

Can somebody help to me ans tell is it right????

Tehopx:

  1. Install Arduino UNO,

You don’t need to install the UNO.

Tehopx:
Setting your Arduino Preferences and check this Additional Board Managers URLs is this address
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/damellis/attiny/ide-1.6.x-boards-manager/package_damellis_attiny_index.json
Press “OK” at the bottom then restart the Arduino IDE.

Tinycore is a much better choice than the David Mellis core.

Tehopx:
2. Install the ATtiny Board Package
From the Arduino IDE go to Tools–> Board–>Boards Manager
A new tab will open and at the top of the tab type: attiny
Select Install on the Attiny by David. A Mellis
Restart the Arduino IDE
The ATtiny85 board should now be added ! Go to Tools–> Board–>Attiny85

Again, use Tinycore instead of David Mellis’ core.

Tehopx:
3. You t do first Arduino UNO setting

  • Go to Tools → Board scroll to the bottom select ATtiny25/45/85
  • Under Tools → Processor–> 8 MHz (internal)
  • Under Tools–>Programmer–>Arduino as ISP
  1. Then you do wrote your program and then press Sketch after it matter you press Verify/Compile. Uou get info “Done Compling”.

  2. After it you do start prepare ATtiny85 for Arduino UNO doing get ATtiny85 compatible with Arduino UNO. CONNECT NOW ARDUINO UNO TO YOUR COMPUTER. You start coupling ATtiny85 to Arduino UNO with wiring it, then you check again

  • Go to Tools → Board scroll to the bottom select ATtiny25/45/85
  • Under Tools → Processor–> 8 MHz (internal)
  • Under Tools–>Programmer–>Arduino as ISP
  • Under Tools → Port → select your Arduino UNO port from this menu
  • Finally select Burn Bootloader and press it, when it is ready you can see info “Done Burning Bootloader”.
    But not take off your ATtiny85 wiring and coupling.
  1. Go to get your own wrote program and open it in Arduino Uno “C:\Users\JohnDoe\Documents\Arduino”. Then Upload the your sketch, press Upload. When it is ready, you do get info “Done Uploading”

  2. Now you can do test your ATtiny85 program result, Take off ATtiny from Arduino UNO, do this coupling for it and see how it work.

A lot of this doesn’t make sense. What you need to do is load the ‘ArduinoISP’ sketch onto your Uno (if that is what you are using as a programmer). Then you connect the ATTiny to the Uno, and write the sketch that you want to upload to the ATTiny. Select the correct ATTiny via Tools>Board. To upload the sketch using the Uno, select Tools>Programmer>ArduinoISP, then Sketch>Upload Using Programmer.

Thank to very much for you, now it work.