Dreamweaver may produce sloppy code but the book I recommended does show you how to produce web pages that work across many web browsers and screen resolutions. The screen resolution issue is the bit that persuaded me to learn Dreamweaver correctly, at the time I had a website that looked fine in 800x600 but anything much bigger was horendous.
You can have a look at my work at www.parkpre.com
if you want to rip it to bits. And I know the site needs an update before you start.
That looks pretty damn fine to me. I have just got a hyperlink to another web page to work and am just writing another basic page so I can internal link to that. Haven't got images to appear though. I think I haven't got the link right that's all.
Thanks for your input thus far. I'm going to have a fair few questions about this!
Today's mood... Middling, middling to poor.