Although your question about a web page editor seems to be answered:
I also switched recently from FrontPage to Quanta. I virtually don't know HTML except for maybe 10 tags. I hate building web sites.
In FrontPage you edit in WYSIWYG mode, but you see things happening, and you have no idea about what you get. You upload hundreds of files which you don't know why you keep them for.
Because I am moving away from Windblows, and install Linux on more and more of my machines, I had to move to Quanta.
The first night I tried Quanta I was overwhelmed, and screwed up the GUI. The second night I tried to understand what was going on and I READ THE MANUAL.
It is IMPORTANT that you start with an existing web page which you modify so you have a kick-start.
In two or three days you'll start to appreciate the flexibility of the programs, the cleanliness of the code you generate, and the possibilities to work together with your local and remote files.
I would not want to switch back anymore, unless there is Quanta for Windows
PS. I admit that the VPL editor is not perfect. I don't use it. I don't need it.