Back in 2001, when I was 11 years old, my dad bought a website domain for me to use. According to the Wayback Machine this site lasted from Sep 2001 to Jan 2004 and it looks exactly as you might expect an 11 year old to design a site at the turn of the millennium.
index.html features the most rare of HTML artefacts these days: the horizontal scrolling marquee.
Each member of the family got their own page!
Looking through the source for the page, we can see that it was hosted on user space that our ISP at the time gave us:
Also in the HTML are the tell-tale signs of the IDE used to create the site. Microsoft Frontpage was my first foray into web site creation (swiftly followed by Macromedia Dreamweaver):