Here's a few I've learned:
From Scratch- straight HTML code. Very confusing, ends up pretty simple.
Blogger- versatile and easy to use, though it is perfect for a personal blog it is not the best choice for a more pro-looking professional business or group site.
Weebly - looks very pro, and is easy to use, but can be frustrating because some of the features are for paid members.
Google Pages- have not explored this at all, so I don't know about it's pros or cons.
Microsoft Word- YES!! PLAIN 'OL WORD IS A WEBSITE BUILDING TOOL!!!!
And the third option is what this e-tutorial is about; using Word to it's fullest.
Here's how to do it...
2. Save it as normal.
3. Click FILE/SAVE AS and drop down the menu. Click "WEB PAGE"
4. go to the save location and right click the document. Click OPEN WITH...and select your web browser. HINT: The folder titled with your documents name and "_files "is not where you will find it.
5. Go back to the word document copy you saved earlier, and make any necessary changes.
6. Umm, there is no step 6. You're done.
P.S. a similar thing works with PowerPoint. It will give you an interactive presentation webpage that is very cool.