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I agree with ubuntujon, learn the basics like HTML, CSS, and then move on to PHP, and java script. Stuff like Dreamweaver is great to know, but it doesn't teach the basics as a matter of fact things like Dreamweaver make it so any person can create a web page, but not necessarily understand what they are doing in the process. Like I said Dreamweaver is nice, but learn the basics, after that you can pick any IDE, you would like and develop your code.

When I took a class a few years ago I used Textpad to write my HTML code.