Re: Advice for starting a website
I use Netobjects a WYSIWYG web editor. Dead simple to use and IMO easy to get fairly professional results. It also has a built in FTP programme so you can edit and then immediately publish to your website at the click of a mouse. It allows you to add in HTML (if you want) and will convert all your hard work into HTML (if you want).
Comes from your side of the pond and it's not too expensive. You can get trial copies that last a month or so and would let you find out if it does what you want.
Fourstringdrums made an excellent point about being focused on what you want to achieve. It's easy to get carried away, especially if you have a mind like mine, and end up with a site that lacks direction and cohesion.
What about AudioAutism or AutismAudio ??
OK, OK It's back to rudiments for me! I'll be back in a few months