There are plenty of webpage creation programs, but nothing comes easy with them. Sure you can choose anything from the simple drag and click of 1st Page 2000, to the more sophisticated HomeSite and Dreamweaver. However, what good will it do you when things don't turn out right?
Could you study the code and fix it? All such software makes mistakes, no matter if it was free or cost hundreds of dollars. You need to know the basics, so you can at least understand what went wrong even if you don't always know exactly how to put it right.
I suggest you learn basic HTML so you can at least understand what processes are taking place to display your pages, and how they work. There are plenty of good sites with simple to follow tutorials, but HTML Goodies is one I see recommended quite a lot.
So in direct answer to your question, the web builder I recommend is your own brain, filled with a little knowledge. It may not be the easiest to use, but if employed properly, it's the best.
I'm looking for an easy webpage builder. Something like trellix's on-line browser based builder, but off-line.
Trellix is great, but it's on-line and watching my browser refresh after ever little thing I do is time consuming.
So anyone know of an easy webpage builder?