Why not Dreamweaver it is good and reliable software
If you know jack **** about building websites -- no offense.
MORE SO crap that has 'preview panes' or worse, WYSIWYGS.
Dreamweaver being this centuries poster child for everything wrong with such bloated garbage tools; if you use it like halfwits did frontpage in the previous century, you'll end up with a bloated inaccessible slow loading non-semantic train wreck. Nothing it can do "for you" has ANYTHING to do with building a website properly, hence the phrase "the only thing you can learn from Dreamweaver is how not to build a website" -- while it is POSSIBLE (though I've never actually seen anyone pull it off) to make an accessible well written site in Dreamweaver by sticking JUST to the code view -- at that point congratulations, you've just thrown money away on a slow loading notepad replacement.
In general though that applies to most all Adobe software when it comes to web development; the only thing about them that can be considered professional grade tools are the people promoting their use.
Pick a text editor (I like flo's notepad 2, but editplus, notepad++, gEdit, text wrangler -- all quite adequate), set up a testing server (or use local testing like XAMPP), test in the actual browsers, deploy using a FTP client...
NONE of which should have a price tag attached.
You do anything else, don't be surprised if people complain about loading times, poor accessibility, and broken layouts.
But of course, people always want the sleazy lazy shortcut, no matter how much it's going to cost them later or doom them to failure.