I am in search of software for webdesign. My purpose is to create a professional-level webpage for the firm I work in. The intent is to build a high-level webpage that will match or even surpass the websites of the top-notch firms in my country. Therefore, I'm not looking into some amateur software which will help me create my personal webpage or blog. It's some serious stuff, and it must have a professional standard of quality, meet the required standards to be viewable on every web browser in a variety of gadgets and platforms (Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, etc) and be easily found with a Google search. The thing is: the current website absolutely sucks, but people at my firm found it adequate and don't want to hire a professional webdesign to do the job. I have to do it on my own to prove my point. And yes, I'm not willing to afford to buy the whole Adobe Creative Suite package, as the software will be funded by myself, and not by the firm which will be the beneficiary of the job. So, it has to be cheap or at least not very expensive software, although professional-level. And yet another thing: I would like to avoid coding as much as I can. I've learned to program in HTML some 15 years ago, but I've not used that ever since. I'm no programmer and my job is not related to programming or to computers. In addition, I don't have time for a steep learning curve, as I've got a lot of work to do. I want the software to be as simple as possible, and produce WYSIWYG webpages seamlessly. I don't want template-based software to create webpages that people will be able to track down to the template I've used to create it. If the software is templated-based, I would like to be able to freely modify the template in order to reach the final result I want to. So, here's a very difficult task (if it was easy, I wouldn't ask for advice): finding software which is top-notch and professional, cheap and easy to use. Although I have looked into software for Mac, Windows software would do as well. At US$ 399, Adobe Dreamweaver is not an option I'm currently considering. So far, I've looked at the following alternatives: Muse (US$ 15 per month) Sandvox (US$ 80) Rapid Weaver (US$ 79) Flux (89 pounds) Freeway Pro (US$ 150) Would any of the alternatives above work for me? Or is Dreamweaver the best and required for professional-level work for some reason? Thanks in advance.