When I desgin web-sites I use a program called BlueVoda.
It's really simple and easy to use.
You can insert iFrames, Pictures, Java Scripts, Flash Movies/Games, Music & Video at the click of a button.
So if you dont have a good knowledge of HTML/PHP like me, I recommend you use BlueVoda.
After I designed the site (I always use iFrames) all you have to do is get the HTML from the BlueVoda program, insert it into FrontPage/Dreamweaver then you can save it as a Webpage.
Btw, this isn't an advert if you think it is.
I haven't heard of it yet, but I did a little research
It can be found here: http://www.bluevoda.com/
It looks like a great program. I'll be sure to download it!
It still looks like it's a bit glitchy of a WYSIWYG editor, but still good.
I never cared much for wysiwyg editors. I did like macromedia fireworks, seems to make good of intense graphical layouts. Nowadays, I just stick with frontpage, produces a very compatible format and doesnt complicate the html with redundant css lines.
*referring to video on the page*Dreamweaver 8 is actually very easy to learn and can create alot better looking websites. From what it seems, the BlueVoda can be used by a child(with it's drag and drop functions) which makes it okay, but it's pretty hard to create a very proffesional looking website with it.
I also like my Dreamweaver, so let's give this a go and see what it has to offer.