I have a website built 12 years ago, and still updated using Trellix 2.7.
That later became CuteSiteBuilder, but I didn't even attempt to transfer it to the new programme in case I made a mess of it.
Surprisingly, Trellix has worked well on 3 different OS's (Currently W7 Pro) but I've been aware for some time that it's not good using an obsolete programme.
My hosting company (Easily) had always been 100% until early August when I began having the first of 4 incidents of the site being down.
Today I spoke to a lady there who did say that the Linux server it's on is an older one, so not as reliable as it used to be.
She suggested that if the tech people don't manage to get my site back up on that old server, it may be an idea to transfer to a newer one, but just in case the Trellix site didn't work properly on a newer server, they'd try fixing it first.
I'm not even sure I know how to add new server details to the programme to have it work - I didn't do that part myself in the first place, and even then it was 12 years ago.
So, I'm wondering if there is a WYSIWYG type site builder that is reliable and easy to use - that way, I could start building a new site and use that if things don't resolve with the current site.
I'm wanting one that will allow me to use the whole page rather than just a central slice.
Someone suggested Sitespinner to me last year, but they hadn't actually used it.