@pixl Tbh Pinegrow still definitely requires some amount of knowledge about HTML/CSS, though it is much more visual-based. I'm mostly using it because it offers content management for static HTML - so, no having to set up an online database or whatever. http://docsbeta.pinegrow.com/pinegrow-cms-for-static-html-websites/
There's no shortage of Muse alternatives though - Webflow, Wappler, Pingendo, Froont. I haven't tried 'em all, but Webflow felt extremely easy to play with, and has a really good set of 101 videos for getting started.
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