Problem #1 - Photoshop isn't a Web authoring tool. It's a graphics tool.
Problem #2 - PS generated web pages are for quick comps only. No good for production use. As you're finding out, PS pages are too rigid and too fragile to edit in DW.
Solution #1 - Don't use Photoshop or Fireworks for anything but graphics.
Solution #2 - Use DW to build your HTML and CSS code.
Solution #3 - Spend time learning basic HTML and CSS first or DW will punish you.
HTML & CSS Tutorials - http://w3schools.com/
Taking a Fireworks (or Photoshop) comp to a CSS based layout in DW
Adobe Developer's Center - Learn to Work with CSS -
Best of luck,
Thank you! I'll try my best with the coding. I think I should have majored in Graphic Design bc all the Illustrations professors at my school treat Photoshop like it can do ANYTHING including web stuff.
Remember what I said earlier today about one-paintbrush painters...it's like the carpenter who only has a hammer...everything looks like a nail to him!
Photoshop is a fine boat to be in, but I wouldn't want to row across the ocean in it...
Sorry, metaphors are us.