I would like the look to appear just like the old despite the fact that it's ugly and uses frames:

<TITLE>Untitled Document</TITLE>
<META http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">

<FRAMESET rows="70,1*" cols="*" frameborder="NO" border="0" framespacing="0"> 
  <FRAMESET cols="660,*" rows="*"> 
    <FRAME src="top.html" frameborder="NO" scrolling="NO" name="top">
    <FRAME src="blank.html" scrolling="NO">
  <FRAMESET cols="159,*" rows="*" border="0" framespacing="0"> 
    <FRAMESET rows="580,*">

      <FRAME src="left.html" name="left" frameborder="NO" scrolling="NO">
      <FRAME src="blank.html" scrolling="NO">
    <FRAMESET cols="640,*" border="0" framespacing="0" frameborder="NO"> 
      <FRAME src="front.html" frameborder="NO" scrolling="AUTO" name="front">
      <FRAME src="blank.html" name="" scrolling="NO" frameborder="NO">



So real question is not how you can redesign but exactly how to help keep design intact while adding editability to pages. I figured that moving to wordpress might be a good solution however i found I needed to migrate a frames site to simply a CSS with wordpress which can be possible using the right template or maybe I make my very own template. The CSS I possibly could start for wordpress is

body {
background-position:left top;

#page {
background-position:left top;

Not to mention the constituents don't align like they ought to since my CSS understanding is simply too limited. This is the way it appears with my CSS and wordpress:

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Here's the initial version from the site in which you needed to use FTP and by hand edit static HTML (the screenshot is really a copy from the site I gone to live in appspot and that we will also be evaluating appspot like a provider with this project): enter image description here Therefore the goal is extremely obvious and when I'm able to do it with wordpress It will improve than appspot because the user (an administration consultant) does not desire a new design and does not want new hosting, only a easier way than FTP and HTML to update the web pages and for that reason I figured of wordpress. Are you able to assist me to align the componenets with CSS or cause me to feel another recommendation? The hyperlink towards the original website is here and it is OK to help keep early design like no CSS and frames as solution despite the fact that I ought to update the web pages to make use of CSS anyhow what's important may be the "blog function" that there's some wysiwyg editor for that pages that needs to be editable.

I have also used another prototype test via coderbuddy-com but that is not ideal because the solution is dependent on coderbuddy.com

Do you consider wordpress is the greatest option for this project? If that's the case, must we make our very own template having a template making program for example Artisteer or are we able to allow it to be with common templates + custom CSS which i bought?

The initial website is eddaconsult.se and my prototype building is eddaconsult.com

Every other ideas/comments/recommendations/answer associated with this?

Thanks ahead of time

because this website is so small , simple, I would suggest transforming the frames to straightforward html/css and taking advantage of a 3rd party Content management systems like pagelime or CushyCMS. this could go ahead and take least period of time for transforming this ancient searching site.