If you have a service provider very often they give you some web space so you can do your own stuff (but they don?t tell you about it). You really don?t have to spend money on a URL or anything like that (URL is a fancy name for your very own web address which you really don't need unless you are a pro). Anyway ask your provider about this.
But remember, very often the web tools your SP has are real clumsy, stupid and restrictive because they don?t want you doing a bunch of neat and wonderful things.
Most service providers have to allow you to use Frontpage or Dreamweaver extensions which are a few the most common web building tools.
If your SP does not allow web space as part of their service, then google around and see what you can find.
Also It?s a good idea to sign up at your local community college for a Frontpage course (if you can get in). You will learn lots of things--I mean lots.
i am a very beginner to the internet .I like to create a web site in the internet.please can i get a advice how to select a suitable web server , the cost i have to pay and how to get help to ceate the web site.