What do the most beginningest of beginners do? For instance, going about getting a website?
It's not actually necessary to "get" a website before you start building one. All you need is a web browser (which you clearly have) and a plain text editor. You can write your website in HTML using the text editor, save it as a .html file, and then open that file using your web browser to see what you've made.
I actually found this preferable to writing my documentation in a word processor, because I felt like I had a lot more freedom over formatting, and because if you write your website well, it's really easy to make major formatting changes later on, which is hard to do with a 50-page word processor file. (Granted, this might just be because I know HTML way better than I know advanced techniques of word-processor-foo.)
Then, once you've reached a point where you want to publish your document, you can look into finding a place to host your web page on the internet. There are a variety of free places to do this—I used to use webs.com, but I honestly haven't touched them in years, so I don't know whether they're still decent. I believe if you become a member of the LCS they provide you with some hosting space.