No, and your not asking the write question.
Dreamweaver is a waste of your money, so I do not suggest it. In fact, I can do more then dreamweaver could imagine on a local host setup. Which is what I suggest in your situation. Localhost is bassically like a server running on your computer, so if you where to type localhost in your url, you would see whats hosted on your local host. It is not easy for a newer person to do, however when all the headaches are over with you will get really good learning benefits from setting it up.
What you need:
php / python or what ever scripting you want
a monster - you will be up a while tonight
If your running debian (linux) you can easily get set up by typing in terminal:
$ sudo apt-get install apache2 apache2-doc mysql-server php5 libapache2-mod-php5 php5-mysql
and can cross of the monster on the list of needed things. However, if your on something else, someone else can tell you how to setup localhost.
for jquery, just link the headers... or what ever its called in web development..
<script #include "jqueryheader.h">