To create a personal Web page, sign up with a website creation service. Alternately, register for a domain name, select a hosting service and build the website from the ground up.
The traditional method for creating a Web page is to register a new URL, find a host to store the page and build the website by writing code or using a website creation application, such as Adobe Muse. However, plenty of services make the project much quicker and easier for beginners. To use a website creation service, run through the following steps.
- Find a service
- Create an account
- Connect social media accounts
- Choose a layout
- Add content
- Choose a domain name (optional)
There is a variety of website creation services available, including Flavors.me, About.me, Sidengo and Skrawlr, as recommended by PCMag.com. Some services are free while some offer subscriptions for more advanced website options.
Create an account for the service. Usually, this involves providing personal information.
Several services give users the option to connect social media accounts to their Web pages.
Choose a layout for the Web page.
Add content such as images, links and text to the website.
Some paid services give users the option to create unique domain names for their Web pages. Many free services do not provide this option.