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2 months ago I would have agreed with this statement, but now I disagree.
Learning to use a program such as dreamweaver is nothing like learning HTML.
If you need to learn how to code a website, don't assume dreamweaver can do it for you, or that learning to use dreamweaver will allow you to code websites.
If you know how to code websites, learning to use dreamweaver is an extra 'tool' in your repertoire.
I use it regularly at work now, FTP, syncing, templates, library items, checking in & out, good explorer options, find and replace.... None of which are anything to do with my ability (or lack of, if the case may be) of coding