Usually, your ISP will provide free webspace (usually 10mb) and possibly some website building tools. The space is what you're looking for. Contact them for info on how to point to the web address, and how to connect to the webserver to dump your site to it.Originally Posted by EBJUSTIN
For example, when I was with WideOpenWest, my username was Deadweasel. So, my webpage address with them was www.wowway.com/~deadweasel
Not all ISPs format their URLs the same way though. Yours might be different.
As for actually creating the site, you're going to need to learn some basic HTML skills, so that you can create one of your own more readily. Macromedia makes a great program called DreamWeaver that is the bee's knees to be sure. There are others out there, all cost some money unless you have back-channel connections.
It's pretty simple, but your ISP is the place to start asking some questions. For more free online space, you can also try GeoCities (Yahoo). There are other free online hosts too, but be aware that they will place ads on your site when you pipe it to them, in return for the free hosting.