Here are some examples of what my students did:
Good luck! :)
We use Google sites and have our middle schoolers "teach" the younger students how to do it. Great interaction with older and younger students. There's some pretty good security on the Google sites.
Weebly is great too.
Great idea! I didn't even think of the + 1 trick... nice! Thanks for sharing!!
Have you explored: www.webs.com or wix? or eduglogster?
You could also have the students design their own webpage that is ultimately linked to your website.
Last year in my computer classes I taught the 6th graders how to use webs.com. Before doing that, however, I gave them lessons on internet safety to make sure they wouldn't post personal information.(Visit http://www.covenantworks.com/Bouncy-A/Computer/InternetSafety/index... to see resources I have found)
For the 7th & 8th graders I had them create their own webquests in groups of 2 and 3 using simple HTML, Word & other online utilities (See http://www.covenantworks.com/Bouncy-A/Computer/Projects/index.htm ). Of course you as the teacher would need some programming skills! Here is a link to their work: http://www.covenantworks.com/thinkquests/
Alas my district decided to release all but one of the "two-year" teachers in our building and I'm not teaching this year. (sigh)