You don't need to learn to code to make a webpage. Adobe Muse makes it really easy to create dynamic webpages without having to dig into coding and Dreamweaver gives you even more power, but, again, you don't need to know code to use it.
Muse doesn't require an understanding of coding fundamentals, however Dreamweaver certainly does.
All websites are based on HTML. Learn that first if you want to truly understand what you're doing online. This will get you started...
CSS adds style (colors, borders, backgrounds, positioning, etc) to your HTML and allows you to create things like drop down menus and special effects like transitions and animations. This is a good primer on css...
If you don't have any interest in becoming code literate, use Adobe Muse. It was developed specifically for designers who don't want to work with code and feels much more like a page layout program (the interface is much more intuitive without needing to understand the underlying "why").
Lynda.com is a good website for tutorials on web development. Jon mentions the tutorials at w3cschools. The nice thing about those is they are free. I think the collection at Lynda.com is better, though it isn't free.
For making a website, you need to know three fundamental facts:
2. Purchase a domain
3. Purchase Hosting
lets connect , we could build nice websited toghter. I can guide you from scratch.