Hi sushi. I'm going to give a more modern answer.
If you only want static hosting (html/css/js, no sign in or registration or comments), you can just use a service like https://keybase.io/docs/kbfs/keybase.pub
(more lain) or https://pages.github.com/
(less lain). With each you can buy your own domain (I recommend namecheap.com) so you can have your own URL.
Now, if you want to really have more control over your site, you should get a VPS and run your own server. You can have server code, databases for a more interactive site. And if you like you can use the same server as a media host, ventrilo server, etc.
You can host static sites straight out of Nginx (generators like Jeykll or Hugo are popular. I use http://loup-vaillant.fr/projects/ussm/
, which has very few features and is very simple, which is what I need).
Or if you need a dynamic app, however you usually deploy PHP. I'd recommend Python and Flask over PHP if you're new to programming, but in the end it doesn't matter too much.
Of course, you can always start with an externally hosted static site and then jump to running your own server later when you need to. Let me know if you have any questions.>>1327
Loaded ok for me. FYI I think you forgot to close the anchor tag on your deviantart link.
I really like the colors in the picture labeled "Image 1" at https://karindou.neocities.org/#image1
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