Here's the basics: You can get free Web hosting if you're willing to have
ads on your site. You don't want ads, you gotta pay. Most free services
will allow you to upgrade to a better, paying service.
- A free web site service that works well and is easy to use. Upload
images and create simple pages by filling out forms. Or edit the HTML
directly for full control. A good
Guide will get you started fast. AngelFire works great from my home computer
but I have had problems from some school networks when more than one person is
logged on at a time.
GeoCities - Free web hosting
with ads on your pages or no ads for a small monthly fee. You need to sign up for a free Yahoo
ID to use this service, which also gets you Yahoo email if you want it. The Geocities
Page Wizard is a really easy way to get a single page web site up fast. Their Page
Builder is supposed to give you more control without HTML but didn't start when I tried it. The
File Manager, located under Advanced Toolbox, provides all the basic tools you need to
upload images and files, edit HTML, and manage your site.
Brinkster Offers free web hosting
through their educational package, but I couldn't get the tools to work properly. Maybe you
will be more successful.