Hello all, I currently have a 'Cargo website' which is/was fine to begin with, as it enabled me to show off my work etc. But now I feel I need to create a brand new, more 'business like,' professional looking website; as the Cargo site I have is more of a portfolio website. I am by no means a web designer; I am looking for advice for the best way for me to go about creating my new website. I am a GoDaddy customer and I get my Domain from them. They have a 'Web Builder' service which I have a little experience with, as I used it to create a friend's site for them. First time of trying it, the result was terrible, but I changed the theme/template and it turned out looking pretty good the second time around. What I dislike about these web building 'programs' is, as a creative, I crave to have as much control as possible over the design, for it to be exactly as I envisage it. But with these services (although improved over the years) I feel shackled, restricted and end up having to compromise my creative design abilities, for the site to function and work correctly within the chosen template theme. In other words, there's only so much you can edit a template to make it 'your own.' Which brings me onto my next issue: Is it a bad look to simply sign up to a web service, choose one of their templates, edit it as much as possible to try and make it more unique and use it as your website? I know everyone talks about Wordpress these days but is that more for blogs? As when I go to the website, it asks me what I would like my blog to be called? Which is a bit confusing as I don't want a blog, I want a website. Basically I am after something that will give me as near as full control over the design but require 0 coding knowledge. Or allow me to fully edit a template, so that if someone else has chosen the same template theme, they won't look identical - which is my biggest worry. There's a lot more I could talk about but I'll leave it there for now and wait for your responses. PS. I know ultimately the best thing to do would be to pay a web designer to design my website and if I could I would, but in all honesty, I cannot afford to pay the £400+ especially at this time of year. Thanks in advance for any help.