Mods, if this is the wrong forum, please move. It was as close as I could find.
I'm trying very hard to put together a very simple web site for my music projects. At this point, I'm not even complex backgrounds, photos, animation, or anything too very complex. Just white text on a back background, links to different pages within the site, and links to a few demo recordings. Nothing flashy, that'll all come later.
I originally started building in Microsoft Word, but that was buggy. I then moved to Nvu, at the suggestion of someone on another forum. I've dinked around with Taco. I even bought GoLive 6 for cheap on eBay.
Trouble is, when I get things looking nice in one browser (say Safari), it gets completely whacked in another (say Mozilla). Text colors won't stick, gobbledygoop gets inserted at the top of the page, or (my latest annoyance with GoLive), I can't center just one line, it wants to center the whole freakin' page.
Is there a freeware (or releatively cheapware) option available that
1) won't require me to spend weeks or months learning HTML,
2) allows me to do the things a simple 1986 word processor should allow me to do (like centering and text colors)
3) renders the same on major browsers like Safari, Mozilla, Firefox, Netscape, and Internet Explorer?
You can get a look at my (hopelessly flawed) work at http://cwsmith.spymac.com. If it looks normal to you, please follow a few links or check in another browser. It won't take you long to stumble into trouble.