Nice suggestion pziecina, but I'm finding different websites give different ways to explain things.
I'm finding Adobe's site not as easy to navigate and find the info I'm looking for.
Likewise I've just made the transition from DW8 to CS5 so I know exactly what you're talking about.
But CSS is definitely worth getting the hang of. Really cleans up the code.
If you're having trouble understanding Adobe's site, try this one:
http://www.digitalfamily.com/dreamweaver/index.html I found it has a lot of topics.
Or whenever you have a step you want to do but can't find the answer easily on Adobe.com, then just Google what you're doing and you'll find other websites with answers too.
Hope it helps, happy coding!
Thomas - Corporate Team Building
I think I would go to the w3c website and check their tutorials. I go there a lot when I get stuck. You can find a great deal of in for there. http://www.w3.org/2002/03/tutorials#webdesign_htmlcss Also check out Community DMX http://www.communitymx.com/