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If you know nothing about making a website, try geocities or one of the other free website providers, if you know a little bit more you could get a Free Subdomain from anxt.net ( http://anxt.net/services/ )
For the blog i would reccommend Wordpress,it also doubles as a Content Management System (CMS) and there are a few simple guestbook scripts and maybe a chatroom or two that are easy to use/install.
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Maybe this is a little more advanced than you are interested in, but I have an account at http://www.doorhost.net. It’s not expensive, just $5 a month.
The nifty thing at Doorhost is that they have a user-friendly interface called C-Panel, and there at the bottom is a service called Fantastico, which will automatically install various scripts for you without any effort on your part. This makes it possible to create a fairly elaborate website with minimal effort on your part. I’m not affiliated with Doorhost, and I’m sure there are lots of other sites out there like that that will do the same thing too on the cheap.
I created a website with user registration, a bulletin board, picture of the day, announcements, all the bells and whistles, most of which I don’t even use, at http://www.marthaspage.org. That uses a website portal called phpWebsite. You can install it with Fantastico and then change the look by altering the style sheet. I’d be happy to help you out if you need it.
Now, if you want to spend absolutely no money, the drawback is you will have unwanted advertising on your page and you won’t be able to host your own scripts. If that’s no big deal to you, then maybe you want to check out using Blogger for your blog and hosting it at Blogspot. The ads are practically invisible, although if you customize your own blog template there is a little glitch with the bar at top, so again write me and I’ll send you the code to fix it.
It seems to me that Geocities and Bravenet both hosted free chatroom and guestbook scripts, among other things, years ago, although I was never overly impressed.
By the way, if you want to maintain a constantly refreshing list of links, try using http://del.icio.us and putting the rss feed on your website. I tag links that I want to show up on our church choir website, for example, with the “choir” tag, and then I have the rss feed for “choir” show up on the choir site. You can see examples of del.icio.us links at my blog at hotsteno.com and at http://pcsm-music.blogspot.com. The latter, by the way, is an example of the free blog hosted at Blogspot. Notice the lack of advertising? :)
I hope this is helpful. It’s early in the morning and probably not some of my best writing!
I’m really partial to http://www.freesite.com
also you may find all you need in something as small as www.myspace.com where you can make something similar to a personal website…where you have a blog and can have contact with friends who also have a myspace account.
I find the best way to find “goodies” for your website has less to do with where you get them, but the quality and what you want. You can usually just search for website goodies, or search for individual things you need (blog, chat, guestbook).
Yeah… what they said.
I would not recommend Geocities, Tripod, or any of the more popular (re: crappy) free website services. Your best bet would be to get a free subdomain through one of many websites you can find on the net via google, and then just look for free code for the features you want.
Probably the best place to get free web space is your ISP, if you have an ISP that provides it. I’ve had AOL and Comcast, both of which have good, ad-free web space. AOL is ad-free as long as you don’t join Hometown or use their wysiwyg tools.
You won’t get the blog or chat with that, so go get third-party hosted stuff. For a blog, http://blogger.com is owned by Google and you can have them host it, too. AOL Journals are also pretty good for a blog. I understand that AOL is now providing the journals to AIM users, so you can get it with only a free AIM account. http://peopleconnection.aol.com/journals/
You can probably find some of the other cool stuff by doing a search for “free webmaster tools”, “free chat room”, etc.
Yes. There is a very good website.
check out http://triviatime.awardspace.com or snipr.com/triviafun for short. It’s a chat room for talking about things like Web design and java basics in English and meeting with more experienced programmers and English speekers, and it’s a Java-based game also. You can earn credits for some great prizes, and it’s all free! Good luck!
Once you’re there, they’ll direct you to some excellent resources.
Yes, you can do the task from this site
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