Hi Guys, I'm very very new to the whole web design thing but also very very eager to learn more about it, however I have absolutely no coding knowledge really, I've dabbled but literally to change a background colour in dreamweaver or something! Basically I have been doing some designs in Illustrator and Fireworks for a website I want to build for myself, I tried both programs and Fireworks I know had an export as CSS and HTML option if you slice it all up and export it, and it turns into a site on Dreamweaver, but then I tried using Illustrator the other day and found this to be a little simpler as I essentially designed the page as I would like it to be, and saved individual elements as PNG files. I then discovered absolute div tags whcih I found I could pace anywhere on the dreamweaver stage, and then impaort my PNG files to make the site look exaclty how I had it in Illustrator. Am I missing someting fundamental here? Because so far I have not had to dabble in the code at all, and it seems I can carry on adding my elements to dreamweaver and produce a pretty nice looking site that isn't confined to tables, with nice graphics etc. At what point will I hit a snag here because I'm sure you need some coding knowledge, I thought the process involved preparing the graphics and then coding it all into a site, it seems a bit straighforward so far and im scared! Could somebody give me a bit of advice as to what the stages are in web design, I have all the Adobe software which I'v just been playing around with and I really enjoy it, I want to leanr more and become better (and more useful) at it! Thanks!!