You get a website by paying a monthly fee to an ISP (Internet Service Provider). You can often get free ones such as Wix in return for carrying advertising on your webpages.
You prepare your HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) with an ordinary text editor such as SlickEdit, or with a special tool such as Dreamweaver. You upload your HTML to the website with the FTP (File Transfer Protocol) protocol.
For a bit more money you can get a website that lets your run code on the server, such as an SQL (Standard Query Language) database, Servlets, a custom HTML Server, or a variety of other software.
A blog or page at Facebook or MySpace could also be considered a mini webpage, where you have less control over the HTML or format.
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