Well, just to say that I have totally updated my website internals and uploaded it yesterday.
As I didn't find the perfect WYSIWYG tool for my need I have finally decided to go for manual HTML editing, with the help of PHP to automate some tasks (and allow file inclusion). So far I'm pretty happy with that, and it was the opportunity to learn a bit of PHP. I just hope it'll be convenient to keep it up to date and to add new content.
To answer my own question, here is the list of tools I used for this task:
- Notepad++, with the following plugins: HTML Tag, Light Explorer, Notepad#, Snippets.
- The Firebug extension for Firefox, for quick and live CSS edit.
- FileZilla to FTP upload the files.
- The W3C on-line validators.
And foobar2000 to listen to good music...
For now there is not much apparent difference on my website except that there's a brand new RSS feed you can use to stay tuned about my tools releases. Also, the size and release date of each downloadable file is now automatically displayed, so it'll make the job a lot simpler for me each time I release a new version.
The structure of the site have been modified so most links have changed, but the old ones should be properly redirected (except for the anchors as it's not possible AFAIK). Old files/links should still be available, at least for a while. Links in the readme files have not been updated yet.
Well, that's it. If you notice any glitch please let me know.