Yeah. Like Ralph, you're looking for a WYSIWYG editor. I'm hesitant to recommend a good one because I, personally, really don't like them. They produce bad code, they advertise themselves on your own website (which is what you get, really - U c wat I did dare? "what you get" yeah? yeah? ).
I know that one good one for Mac is iWeb...have never used it, but a friend raves about it. Also, like Ralph mentioned, a site that builds it for you online is Weebly. As a Google fanboy, I'd recommend Google's Sites which is the same service...just Google!
There're also templates that you can buy - meaning sites have pre-made websites w/ no content. You buy the template, get the code, and then input your text. Feel free to post the template/code onto here and we'll help you fill it in if you're utterly lost in the mayhem of all of the < and > signs.
So the story behind iWeb...
I recently did a school project and my friend comes up to me (who was also my partner in the project). I had already told him that I would make the site. He's like "Hey, [TehYoyo] Y'know, there's this really great program (I scoff) that makes a website for you. It's called iWeb. I can make the website, if you want.
It's really easy."
And I was like lolno.