I asked this question about five years ago, and I’m afraid the answers were too cumbersome for my techno-peasant self.
I’m going to re-ask, hoping that in the past five years, technology will have come to my aid.
Is there an easy way for me to set up a web-page for a small non-profit group I belong to? I don’t want it to be on a blog page, like Google offers, and I don’t want to use Facebook, because it’s too cluttered with all the adverts, and invitations to like, and what all. It would be hosted on a url provided via GoDaddy.
I really want it simple: a banner across the top, with the name and logo of the organization, and then two, maybe three columns underneath: one column, very static, for things like contact info; a middle column, to list events, which I can update easily and regularly myself, with new events pushing past events down the page until they drop off; and a third column, with more long-term info that will likely be more static, but may need to be changed from time to time.
i use a Mac / Safari, but I would want it to be Windows compatible, probably for IE and Chrome.
Any thoughts? Bueller?