Has anyone found a satisfactory web design software to substitute for iWeb which is discontinued?
I switched to Flux and find it to be the better alternative of those I looked at. It came closest to iWeb in drag and drop. It doesn't have a flimsy manual. Just a minimal pdf file. The online video tutorials are good expecially if you're one to learn by seeing it done rather than read a manual. I was able to download them so I could easily play them to refresh myself on specific aspects without having to go to their website. The help file is minimally OK. It's geared to those who know a little HTML, not necessarily enough to create a web site with just an HTML editor.
I took most of the 30 day demo time before I felt comfortable enough with it to purchase. Although it has many templates to start with you can also start with a blank canvas and go from there. It can read existing htmo file including iWeb site files.
I tried Rage's WebDesign, Sandvox and some others and none let me get up and running as fast as Flux did.