WordPress

Well you can create a website even without knowing the coding by using a CMS (Content Management System).

Open source WordPress is the most popular online publishing platform (CMS), currently powering more than 26% of the web. We wanted to bring the WordPress experience to an even larger audience, so in 2005 we created WordPress.com.We’re a hosted version of the open source software. Here, you can start a blog or build a website in seconds without any technical knowledge.

Overall, the WordPress.com network welcomes more than 409 million people viewing more than 15.5 billion pages each month. Our users publish about 41.7 million new posts and leave 60.5 million new comments each month.All of us at Automattic constantly work on improving WordPress.com. We roll out updates almost every day, and develop other services, like Gravatar and Simplenote, to enhance your experience on the web. We want to build products, features, and themes you will love using, so don’t hesitate to leave us your feedback.

Almost everything on WordPress.com is free, and what’s currently free will remain so in the future. We keep your sites free by offering upgrades for things like Plans and custom domains, as well as products like anti-spam software Akismet and VIP hosting partnerships with major media outlets.Whether you’re a blogger or a website owner, we know you have many places where you can pitch your online tent. If you’re a current user, thanks for choosing us — we love having you around. If you’re looking to build your online presence and haven’t decided where to drop anchor, give us a try. We’d love to become your home on the web.
 
WordPress Official Website https://wordpress.com/
 
Check out this tutorials for installing wordpress on Local machine (on your computer)

 
You can also create a wordpress website on live server check out SiteGround for hosting https://www.siteground.com/

 
Some good tutorials to begin with WordPress

1) Video Series for Beginner

 
2) How to Make a WordPress website

 

3) tutorialpoint Click Here

Tutorials Point originated from the idea that there exists a class of readers who respond better to online content and prefer to learn new skills at their own pace from the comforts of their drawing rooms.

The journey commenced with a single tutorial on HTML in 2006 and elated by the response it generated, we worked our way to adding fresh tutorials to our repository which now proudly flaunts a wealth of tutorials and allied articles on topics ranging from programming languages to web designing to academics and much more.