I want to design web pages. I want to design your web page!
A website consisting of a landing page, and a couple of content pages can be maintained by a reasonably intelligent person using a text editor like Microsoft Notepad. The HTML language is simple, probably simpler than many of the fancy, graphical HTML editors out there. There is no need to spend big bucks on fancy software.
You can have a more complex website with multiple pages and several levels of navigation. You will need some kind of scripting language, probably on your local computer, to update system wide menus and information tables. I have written a simple Perl script that searches through your HTML files, and replaces tagged sections with the contents of a menu file. Perl is installed on Linux and on Macs. If you are on Microsoft Windows, you need to install it. You don't need to learn Perl.
Please contact me. We can meet. I will bring my laptop and and we can go through my samples of navigation techniques, and web site formatting.
Note how both of these web pages pass Google's Mobile Friendly Test
These pages are validated HTML. You can click on the HTML 5 button at the bottom left corner of the page, and check. You will have to copy and paste the URL. The old validators captured this information. I have valided my Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) to CSS 3. Strict compliance with the HTML standards is not absolutely necessary to ensure a readable, Google friendly webpage, but it is a good substitute for a lab full of computers with every configuration and mis-configuration of operating system and browser that might be used to read your site.
Valid HTML shows that you care.