Dreamweaver has a very good built-in reference which is good for a helping hand while making pages, just click on Window->Results->Reference. Another good reference is http://www.w3schools.com/css/ . This is a good tutorial going through most of the CSS functions.
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...another good reference is http://www.w3schools.com/css/ . This is a good tutorial going through most of the CSS functions.
And the good thing about the resource that SnakEyez is pointing you tois that it has a facility to let you test the CSS on line so you can see how it works up to a point.
You get what your pay for.
A Missing Manual Dreamweaver 8 by David Sawyers McFarland
Dreamweaver 8 for Dummies
You will learn how browser handles Parent/Child Layers vs. CSS -Div Tag
Don't know if this will be of any help to you, but this PDF file has a listing of all the "style properties" of an APDiv object. This listing was generated within Firefox but most W3C conforming browsers have the same properties.