Seems like another post it up and get offended if not hearing what you want to hear.
I respect you're honesty with the layout of the site but I did say the site was not finished if your read the post the first time.
If you look at the entire context of that statement it talks about the reason adding an about page that you do not have, that's what it was talking about. You can't just pick and choose what to take out of context and have to look at the big picture of what lead to that portion from the entire statement.
Again, if you read the post.. I clearly said I had very little experience with it.
I read the post, problem is with the poor structure of the sentence had no clue what you meant. Now I see you meant "due to little experience", upon first read thought it meant you "do have little experience", as in some.
Can anyone explain to me what you need next after you buy a template?
You take the template, you change what they have into what you want. Depends what type of template you get, there's majorly advanced ones out there to really basic 1-2-3 sites that anyone can pretty much do. Problem is with them though they are not always the easiest to get your own feel with it, you almost have to go with what is there unless you know how to write html and do flash. So in other words, you'd need a basic one.
I have a domain with go daddy but I am assuming I need to switch from the website tonight plan to a basic hosting package? Is that correct?
They have nothing to do with each other really, I used a hosting company that has two of my domains...but have another 3-4 domains through 1&1 (heavily preferred over GD) that point to my site as well. You can point a domain anywhere, though it's nice to have it all in one.