I just got off the phone with a former Homestead member (Going through their msg boards, it seems he was the, "Top Dog" there, while he was a member). He's not using FP or DW, but some other editor (NEMO or something like that). But he STRONGLY suggested I at least learn another WYSIWYG editor, and have everything set up (Host picked out, etc.) in case it's time to pull the plug. I like the ease of Homestead, but he had very valid points, plus facts to back up those points. Anyway, based on the conversation we had, I'm convinced I need to at least learn FP. Ok, so I installed FP 2000. I started fiddling with it. It looked easy enough. I named an, "Index" page. After 3 or so minutes, I finally figured out how to set the background color, the text color, link color, etc. All set to go, right? DEAD END :cry: I tried importing some of my own graphics from my OWN PC, but NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. I tried to insert some text, but NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Dang! This is just basic stuff. Anyone mind helping me out, as if my host goes under, so does 40% of my company's revenue (Again, our programmer charges $125 per hour and he's not into making Paul 7-10 pages per day lol). Anyone have any basic ideas where to start. I'll design a marketing plan/budget/etc., which works to the tee, but give me a VCR and its manual, then ask me to program it, and I'm dumbfounded. SOS!