You want someone do you your homework for you? You're kidding? Seriously, is it too late to drop the class?
Like I said I wouldn't ask unless I really needed the help
You probably need to hire someone to do this for you if you aren't able to do the right thing and seek help within the course that requires it of you. Maybe someone in the class could use the extra money?
There's easily a few day's work there.
Perhaps hire someone else in the class to do it for you. Has anyone else already completed it?
Otherwise suggest you postpone or drop the class.
Sounds like a big assignment! Hope you have some time left to work on it.
1. The first step in using Dreamweaver is to learn some basic html if you don't already know it. Lots of good resources are out there--O'Reilly's Head First books are good for beginners.
2. Then get your hands on a Dreamweaver book and work through some tutorials.
3. Then do some research and tutorials on CSS.Try the book by David Powers: Getting StartED with CSS.
Dreamweaver is definitely not an "instant website" app. Lynda.com has good online tutorials and books on all these topics: http://www.lynda.com. Or for html and CSS, try the w3c online tutorials: http://www.w3schools.com/
Of course, you can look at Adobe's tutorials, too. I followed an Adobe tutorial to learn how to set up my pages the way I wanted (i.e., centered).
I am not an expert, but these resources helped me get started. I also took a couple courses along the way, but I guess that's what you are already doing?