First a Few Tips:
* Don't be afraid to get started. If you can do it, you can undo it.
*Once you're ready to begin your website, have at least the beginnings of your clipart collection and maybe a few midi files on your hard drive.
* Save your work frequently. Sometimes the internet can be a bit flakey, especially during heavy traffic times.
* Worried about that word "publish"? Don't be. Nobody's going to know you're there until you TELL somebody, advertise someplace or add the link to another site on the web. If you're concerned somebody might see the unfinished product, just put up a "construction" sign in the form of clipart; just don't leave it there very long.
Currently changing their look and offerings. They now charge for a simple Trellix SiteBuilder website, but you can build a site for free with HTML and their Page Manager. Works with FTP but I don't think they accept FrontPage extensions.
A wonderful fun place to build a website. Use their PageBuilder and you can use all the fancy bells and whistles... all the while watching your page as it grows... simple as dragging pictures and text to the desired spots! If you want to you can use HTML and do it all yourself but why bother when they offer such fun things the easy way?
: formerly called communities. Still easy to use, however, it's a good place to have private websites because MSN makes it so easy to do. Only requirement is that all members of the group have an MSN Passport... no big deal and well worth the time it takes to sign up!
You're looking at it so you've got to know that I like it! They've made it even more versatile than ever. Pick a "custom design" and you can customize your website anyway you want to. My background and logo, for instance, were created by me, but I still get to use the wonderfully simple web building tools provided in the SiteBuilder mode of website building!