How To Create A Free Website Using

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How To Create A Free Website Using

Create A Free Website

Do you have no idea where to begin when it comes to web development? Don’t be concerned. allows you to create your own website for free.

Considering the price of web hosting and domain names, creating a website might appear to be a difficult process. Perhaps you’d want to establish your own personal blog to share your thoughts and emotions. Perhaps you’ve launched a new business and want a personalized website that accurately portrays the brand.

You don’t have to worry about purchasing pricey hosting or paying a web professional to construct the website for you when you use WordPress. You may also create your own website for free using WordPress. Here’s how to use to create a free website.

1. Register for a Free WordPress Account

Before you can start building the website, picking a name, and all that jazz, you’ll need to create an account with WordPress. To begin, go to and select Start your website.

Register for a Free WordPress Account

If you don’t already have an account, WordPress will ask you to create one. You may either individually input your registration information or sign up with your Google or Apple account.

Free WordPress Account

2. Pick a Domain Name

After you’ve created your account, you’ll need to pick a domain name. A domain name is a one-of-a-kind identifier that guides people to your website. For example, “” is the domain name in

WordPress suggests that you use a “short and memorable” domain name for your website. A short and memorable domain name is easier to remember and hence draws a larger audience. On the other side, it goes without saying that lengthy domain names like “thisismypersonalwordpresswebsite” should be avoided. It’s difficult to remember, not to mention hardly readable.

When you’re finished with the domain name, type it into the relevant text area to see if it’s available.

Pick a Domain Name

It should be noted that WordPress provides free domain names for the first year, but only if you acquire the yearly WordPress membership. Make certain that you only choose the free * subdomain plan.

choose plan

Unless you are serious about building a website with your own unique domain, you may choose a plan that matches your needs. Remember that with yearly subscriptions, WordPress provides a free domain name for a year.

3. Choose Design and Configure the Website

Following a quick “Building your website” loading page, you will be prompted to choose a design for your website. You have the option of starting with a blank page (Blank Canvas) or using one of the free themes available. You can also choose to ignore the site design process if you prefer.

We’ll be utilising the Hever theme for the duration of this guide (Default Theme).

Your website will not be accessible to the general public for the time being. When visitors access your website, they will see a “Coming soon” page. You can, however, see the website with the theme that has been applied on your device.

After that, you’ll be routed to the WordPress dashboard, where the majority of the miracle will take place. To finish the basic setup, WordPress provides a simple “checklist” that you may follow.

Choose Design and Configure the Website

Set up the Site Identity

To begin, hit the button labelled “Name your site.” Insert the name of your website and the tagline here.

Set up the Site Identity

You may also alter the time zone, adjust the footer credits, and make your website publicly available. To save the changes, go to the top and click the Save settings button.

Configure the Homepage

Return to the dashboard and select the Edit Homepage option. WordPress offers an interactive tour to help users become acquainted with the interface; however, it is optional.

Configure the Homepage

WordPress’s default editor makes use of blocks to display elements. To modify the look of a web page, you may add and delete blocks.

Simply click on an existing block to change it. To alter the biggest heading on a web page, for example, click on it to bring up the edit cursor.

Configure the Homepage 2

Similarly, you may customise the website by editing all of the other components.

In addition, if you want to add a new element to the web page, click the Add button in the top-left corner of the screen. Then, choose the block you wish to add and drag it to the desired location.

add a new element to the web page

To add an extra button, for instance, click the Add option, choose Button from the list, then drag-and-drop it to the proper position on the page.

 add an extra button

To further modify a block, click on it and then select the Block tab from the right sidebar. You’ll be able to adjust the dimensions, modify the font, colour, and more. Go to the Page tab to change page-level information. You may change the featured picture, modify the Link, add an excerpt, and so on.

When you’re finished changing the homepage, hit the Update button in the top-right corner to exit the editor. You can also Preview the web page to see how it will look on the live website.

From the dashboard, you may create new pages. Select Add new page from the Pages menu in the left sidebar. The procedures for customising the web page are identical to those for customising the homepage.

customising the homepage

If you wish to start a blog, you may upload entries to your website and show them on the homepage. There are also a number of blog themes available to help you with the process of setting up your website.

4. Create a Site Menu

If you intend to build a website with numerous pages, you must include a navigation menu. Return to the dashboard and click the Add a menu button.

Create a Site Menu

You’ll be sent to the WordPress Customizer, where you may make changes to various parts of the website. Select Menus from the left sidebar and then select Primary. The default items can be removed by right-clicking on them and selecting Remove.

WordPress Customizer

To create new links, click Add Items and navigate to the page you wish to include in the menu. Make sure you’ve already generated the web page you wish to display in the menu.

Select Primary from the list of Menu places to display the menu in the page top.

Once finished, click Save Changes to proceed.

5. Finally Launching ​the Website

The final stage is to launch the website and make it accessible to the general audience. To do so, pick the General option from the left sidebar and then click on the Settings option. Simply click the Launch site button.

 Launching ​the Website

WordPress will prompt you to choose a domain name for your website once more. To continue using the WordPress free subdomain address, scroll down and select the Skip purchase option. Then, to proceed, choose the start with a free site option once more.

Skip purchase option

To view your website, type its URL into a browser.

view your website

Kudos! You have officially created your own website with

Alexia Barlier
Faraz Frank

Hi! I am Faraz Frank. A freelance WordPress developer.