I decided to try a web-based web authoring tool called "Angelfire" by Lycos. I like the ability to drag-and-drop features, pick out pre-made themes, and add my own HTML. This is suppose to be a WYSIWYG tool that results in giving you what you see as you design. I found this to be the most frustrating part of designing the site. There were often times when I would want to do something simple, like copy and paste plain text from a Word document into the web application. But the result would be bold text which I couldn't unbold. If I were to change the design of the system, I would want the ability and flexibility to edit the html. Since I couldn't merely unbold the text via the html code, to work around the problem, I had to retype much of the information. For my next website, I would definitely try another tool with more flexibility.