Ugh...Geocities. Sorry...I just dun care for Geocities much. I'll stick with Angelfire, but only because I don't have my own server. Angelfire sucks too, most of the time..heh.
Anyway, it's a nice site. However, if you want to get into the really fun stuff, you might want to look into learning HTML. It's not hard once you memorize the tags, and it can be an excellent tool for making your webpage look exactly as you want it to.
If you're interested, you might want to look for Practical HTML 4, by Lee Anne Phillips. I think I paid maybe $25 for it at Books'a'Million, and that was before I got my discount card. It's a bit of a hefty book, but extremely useful. Phillips puts the information in a way that is easy to understand, and even gives you full example pages of HTML that you can type up to see how certain tags work.
There's probably also a few pages online that will teach you some HTML, but most won't have the in-depth information that you can find in a good book.
Just for a small example of what HTML can do, here's a website I made for a local school, built entirely with HTML and Notepad.
[This message has been edited by Kosetsu (01-06-2003 10:58 AM).]