|There's what you will need to start a web site:
Your domain name is your internet identity. Domain names are
acquired from accredited domain name registrars for a yearly fee.
You should not pay more than $10 per year. Fees higher than this might
come from resellers. You can find a list of accredited registrars here:
ICANN-Accredited Registrars which is on the web site of the Internet
Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the governing body
for domain name registrars. To avoid payment issues, it's best to use a
registrar located in your country. Avoid offers of a free domain name.
It's best to do the registration yourself. Once your domain name is
registered it becomes "parked" on the registrar's site until you procure
web hosting and then "point" your domain to your host server using their
DNS (domain name server) addresses.
Web hosting companies provide disc space for your web site on their
computers for a monthly fee. The host server is where your web page
files are actually located. To avoid payment issues, it's best to use a
hosting company located in your country. Your web hosting company should
provide a package that includes a control panel where you can you can
easily manage your site and create email accounts, view visitor
statistics and upload files. Click here to
view the control panel you get with Kaleidoscope Art Web Hosting. You should not need to pay more
than $10 per month for hosting. Kaleidoscope Art provides web hosting
from $7.95 per month.
Kaleidoscope Art offers a special on web design and hosting. For under
$500 you can get a custom four page HTML site with web hosting included
for one year. Call 215 679 4070 for a free consultation.