Which software do you recommend for designing websites? (without knowing html)
Amaya from w3c.org. It is free. It allows an author to work completely in a visual environment (WYSIWYG=What You See Is What You Get). w3g.org is the organization that defines al the web technology.
There are many software available for this purpose. Xara is one of them. It comes with tens of cool templates. All you need to do is: select a template, tweak layouts/colors etc. and then press the export button.
No html or development knowledge required.
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