The lazy man's way is to get a web site up and running is to use a HTML editor using WYSIWYG ( what you see is what you get). The very best freeware I've found is WebDwarf . Your ISP may provide you free space to host your site.
What is your site going to consist of? Depending on what your needs are, the easiest solution could be different. If it is a simple site with just text and pictures, a WYSIWYG will get it up and running quickly and you can play with the code once it's created to see how it works. If it is more complex, such as database driven, you will need a more robust tool and a bigger learning curve.
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