OK! So In the above picture we have pepper seed a towel and a pen. Make sure your ink does not dissolve in water! Just write on a towel and test, it will be obvious. Make sure to label if you got lots of varieties. What I show here with peppers can be done with all the vegetables.
Get the towel wet, then add the dry seed. Give them some space so they don't get roots all tangled up for transplant.
Roll it up like this
In a container, put about this much water
Add 1-3 drops of bleach to prevent your seed from being all moldy
Cover with plastic to retain moisture and put in a warm place. These are on my heating vent.
So that's it. Ideally you want 80 F temps and all this stuff will sprout in a week. At the store you will want to get those seed trays with the peat pot's.
This method is going to be a bit different than the rusted veggie guy's blog. http://therustedgarden.blogspot.com/p/how-to-start-seeds.html He does a great job though, and I like his setup. So check it out.