Web designers use many tools. Dreamweaver is one tool but it's certainly not the only one. Perhaps if you tell us what you want done, we can make appropriate sugegstions.
Sure thing. I started building a pretty basic one page website. Check out loads of tutorials and it got me pretty far. Mostly I need tweaking that I can't seem to get right. Text in front of images and a few more things like that. I love to do it myself so I know whats going on but I'm approaching a deadline. This is my site. www.visualtinter.com
To put this another way, if you have a freelance or permanent job opening to fill, you could post your job description & requierements on Behance:
Thanks. It says though it cost 300 a month just to post a job. Probably more than the job is worth. Thanks again though for responding.
Update: Late last year, Adobe made this change:
"Creative Cloud for teams now includes Adobe Talent, powered by Behance. Teams subscribers can recruit from a pool of over 20 million creatives, with unlimited job postings and custom recommendations for each job you post. That’s a US$399/mo value."
And then with the pandemic this year, Adobe made posting creative jobs free for everyone for a limited time.
As always, searching & applying for jobs on Behance is completely free to all: