(Original post by ogran)
I used the following playlists for my learning (Bucky is an awesome teacher);
If you currently have little knowledge of web design; start with the basics, 'HTML' and CSS, as mentioned above. Here is a playlist which covers those;
XHTML & CSS Playlist
The videos cover 'XHTML', but it's basically just a more cleaner version of HTML. Sure, there's the even newer HTML5, but it's probably best to start with the down right basics.
In a shimmy: HTML will teach you how to show information/content and CSS will allow you to make it look pretty and add more design features to a page.
Sorry for the Bucky/Thenewboston love; I've used his tutorials for pretty much everything I've learnt so far and I've quite confident in my Web Development & Programming skills
Oh, be sure to practise by yourself, frequently if possible; it helps to create the template of a website over and over with so you can learn the sytax (rules) of how to structure the code.
Hope this helped!
PS; If it helps, I sucked with Dreamweaver when I first started; Notepad was king for everything; but you'll later find it really helps when it comes to code/syntax assistance; which will honestly save you so much time in the long run: not ending a tag properly or using double quotes where you should be using single quotes etc.