Recently someone asked me how they could quickly and easily create their own professional homepage using a WYSIWYG web design tool. Short of recommending a Mac (and suggesting RapidWeaver or Sandvox), there are few basic options for the PC. One idea was NetObjects Fusion 10, which blends basic WYSIWYG editing with the facility for web coders to edit the backend technology that drives the pages.
Recently WYSIWYG Web Builder 4 was released and it's another tool that's recommended for novice web designers who have no idea about HTML or CSS and do not need access to the page code. As it's template driven, you can even use existing templates to quickly design your pages. You simply need to drop in photos, logos, text for the pages and the program will generate the code.
Download WYSIWYG Web Builder 4 and see if it meets your requirements.
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