Interesting that RapidWeaver was brought up here. I used RapidWeaver for a decade, but I’ve now decided to switch to hand coding. As web technology has gotten more complex, I find that using a WYSIWIG tool gets in my way and I think makes things more difficult, rather than less. I felt like I was constantly fighting the tools and that it was really hard to keep track of what was actually going on.
The new ProVUE.com web site was hand coded using Bootstrap. I won’t claim that made it simple or super easy, but I do feel the process was more transparent. And it made it a lot easier to make a web site that was responsive, i.e. works well on mobile devices as well as desktop browsers. If you haven’t looked at provue.com on your phone, it looks pretty good.
If you do use RapidWeaver, I highly recommend Stacks by YourHead software.
There are a lot of great plug-ins available for Stacks, though that also was becoming a problem, as it seemed I would constantly need another $10 or $20 plug-in, and then keep track of them was a pain. And documentation was often a problem, especially as multiple vendors were involved. In fact my frustrating experience in this area was part of the inspiration for trying to make the Panorama X documentation as complete as possible.