I usually code in Atom... you can get it free at Atom.io I believe.
It's not a drag-and-drop builder though. You will have to know your code. But there are a myriad of add-ons and customization features available as well. I use it because it is stable and functions well.
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Any other recommendations ? I can't do that Too complicated.
Hi, There's a lot of different website editors available, each aimed at a different target userbase with different needs, so would be difficult for anyone to be able to recommend the right one for you straight off. When you say that Dreamweaver has 'died' for you, how d'you mean 'died'? Just because if that's the software you're used to using, and if it's possible, it could be better/easier for you to find a way of 'resurrecting' Dreamweaver, rather than trying to find a copy that attempts to do the exact same thing. On the other hand, if by 'died', you mean that it hasn't been able to keep pace with your needs from a website editor and has become redundant to you, it would be good to have a rough idea about what you're looking for in a website editor, as it would narrow down the options to the ones that are relevant.
If you're not keen on writing too much code and you want a WYSIWYG editor, I think one of the best options for that (in terms of making websites that look that don't they were made in the dialup era, along with flexibility and cost) would be wix.com. A lot of standalone desktop applications like Dreamweaver will have a ton of features that most people don't use but still pay for as part of the package, whereas web apps like wix.com don't tend to suffer from feature bloat as much. Again though, can't give a good deal of useful advice without knowing what you need from a website editor, but if neither wix.com or Dreamweaver are capable of getting what you want done via drag and drop, then you might need to start getting more familiar with the underlying code.