Sounds to me like you're looking for a content management system, rather than an HTML editor. Joomla, Drupal and WordPress are the most flexible and they all have different strengths (and weaknesses) -- I honestly like WordPress the best. If you're trying to design a blog, Posterous is really easy, but whether or not it's right depends on your goals.
If you're trying to design a website for a product or service, it sounds like you need to reach out to a designer. You need to show your company in the best light and a lot can go wrong with DIYs (again, depending on your goals). They can actually create a site that has a built-in CMS so you can control the content (thereby reducing your long-term expenditure since you don't have to rely on them for every change or update). It's a worthwhile investment in most cases and I'm sure you can find plenty of worthy candidates here. Most of us (firms and freelancers) give free consultations, so it can't hurt to look and get a few quotes. (Not trying to sell you, just telling you the truth.)
If you ARE looking for an HTML editor, as others have said, you can easily use the ones that come on your computer (if you're on Mac, it's TextEdit). I'm on Mac, so if you're looking for something more sophisticated, I like Espresso for my email newsletters and my designer just switched from Espresso back to Coda. On PC, I'm not a fan of Dreamweaver, but Coffee Cup wasn't terrible when I used it. Miranda's suggestion about Easy WebContent seems promising, too, though I've never used it. I'm sure there are limitations (there always are with those types of services), but sometimes the ease of use may outweigh the limitations.
Answered 11 months ago, Edited 11 months ago by Heather Barnett
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