Thanks. I'm still wading through more information than I really care to.
Some(many) are outdated, no longer supported. Komposer being one of those. Their site isn't even active anymore.
Google's web thing is for advertisements, not pages. It's kind of surprising they don't have some big web dev app actually... but, I'm kind of glad I don't have a good program from them dangling in front of me. HA...
Learn to code? Maybe... some day. My way of learning is, well... complicated. I learn as I go, pick up what I need AS I need it kind of thing. That doesn't work for something so complex... I can also learn well with hands on, one on one teaching. I get lost in classrooms and reading books and pages.
But, that's all another story.
So, I'm still comparing a few... some cost. One is free as long as it's not for commercial use(including ads, which I use). Some are priced a bit high. BlueGriffon is listed in Euros or something and it's $80 something US before taxes. It's an option maybe... will keep wading and getting lost...
Unless someone has a firm solution, I'm going to stray from the downloadable apps to go and find and turn this to(same topic really) Cpanel apps.
Cpanel seems to have a LOT of apps a person can install... but, I'm a little lost on a few things... 1. Do they cost or, how many are free? (I may need to send a message to my host for all of this) 2. Do you just download and install one? I think I did that with a guestbook at one point but forget. I guess I can just click and find out what to do by doing what it says... HA...
3. What are some of these apps compared to a WYSIWYG program? There's a BIG list of CMS apps including Joomla and many others... and some framework apps including bootstrap, which I know is what some programs, like mobirise, are kind of built on, or at least similar to.
can anyone give me a simple explanation to those types of apps in Cpanel and if any of those would be something I could use/would be looking for?
And, getting into Cpanel on my host and doing stuff in there isn't going to be different if I do end up going with linux will it?
I'm still torn on this whole thing. There's a part of me that wants to stick with MS just because it's what I'm used to and, I am not a big fan of change... BUT... There are aspects of windows 10 that drive me nuts... like the updates... no control over them... and, if I keep it on a metered connection(do that with two kids' computers) it wont do ALL downloads... and if I take it off a metered connection, it KILLS the internet in my house.
I'm frustrated at times... decision making is difficult for me. I hope I'm not driving anyone crazy in all of this.