Depends on how much space you want.
Your ISP most likely offers you free web server space and website building tools. Check your member benefits on your ISP's site. Usually 10 - 20 MB per user is offered. However, the website address will be linked to your username (something like home.ISP.com/username
). If you want to avoid linking it directly to your particular user name, most ISPs will allow 5 or more users per account. Simply register another username and use that webspace as your website. That's one way around it.
In the past research that I've done, completely free websites always had strings attached: you must post within their parameters and you must post advertisements that they provide. If you're not willing to do this, then completely free space is not for you. Geocities (for one) is a supplier of free space (15 MB), but it's not much more than your ISP provides (without the ads).Edit
: you may need to read the fine print on your ISP's site if you use that space. If what you're doing is for profit
, you may not be able to use their space.
Edited by txtchr, 14 March 2009 - 10:49 AM.