How to Get A Free Web Page Online


If you're just starting to catch up to the times, you're probably thinking about making a web page. You can make web pages about yourself, your business or even your dog. Some places will charge you for a simple However, you can also get a web page for free. Here is how.

  • Decide what you are going to make a web page about. It can be a simple page telling about yourself. It can contain your resume if you are seeking a job. Maybe you want a web page that sells merchandise. If you already have a business and you are wanting to go online, you can create a web page for that as well. If your church doesn't have a web page, now is the time to suggest it.

  • Decide how complicated the page is going to be, if it is a simple personal page you can create it with sites like,, Angelfire, DJ Cafe, the ever-so-popular Myspace, or just simply search for free web hosting. These sites are very simple and only require an email address to join. Other places like, hostmonster or charge a monthly fee, but are more elaborate. They let you upload much more content and give you a more simple host name like

  • Build it. You won't find a free site that doesn't offer templates and editing tools. Some are just a simple drag and drop, others are a cut and past. The bottom line is, they are simple to use. You don't have to be an HTML coder to make a web page. The other, more elaborate sites, usually require you to upload your already created page. You can also create a web page using an HTML editor like Microsoft Frontpage or Adobe Dreamweaver. If you are interested in the latter, you may want to read up on some HTML coding material.

  • Tell your friends. Tell your friends about your new page so they can check it out and provide feedback. You can even share pictures with each other via web pages. Some successful website authors started by just making a simple web page. It becomes very addictive, and can make you very successful.

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