Ha. I love seeing people come from things like Adobe Muse and think that is how real websites are developed. There is a reason it is no longer being worked on by Adobe. It was a horrendous way to make websites. Was a nightmare to work with, and anyone other than the tinkering or making $50 websites for their friends would steer really far away from it.
Blocs uses a far more standard framework approach. The html box model is far better for creating actual, functional designs.
Just because you’re a designer does not mean you’re entitled to use those same skills as a developer. Learning is your tool. When did that stop being a thing?
Forget everything you know about Adobe Muse because that is only going to get you into trouble when trying to make anything practical and functional. Get to learning the software because that is kind of how it works, no? How did you become a designer?
All I am gathering by reading between the lines is “I wish this software was like something completely different because I can’t do it and am to cheap to pay for similar competitors that DO work like Muse such as Weebly and Wix.”
You’ve got choices ma, Dude. Making ridiculous wishes won’t fix learning something new.