posted on Dec, 3 2011 @ 03:53 AM
wow, all this mention of WYSIWYG and MACROMEDIA Dreamweaver I managed not to FACEPALM...
To the OP: UTU me, I am in Fremantle (closer to your timezone than anyone from the US or UK) and have been working in the web industry since the later
90's. Forget Dreamweaver, DW is like Sharepoint; Its just an excuse for bad code!.
There are many good places to learn web in Melbs--but the best place is at your own computer. I had some dealings with RMIT when I still worked
HigherEd, so if institutional based learning is your thing, maybe check them out.
Also, dont knock TAFE when it comes to web--I have looked over potential candidates with degrees for candidates with just a TAFE Cert III. Why:
because their whole course is devoted to web, and not just one or two units that only go for 13 weeks.
Grab a CMS and play with it--most site owners / administrators these days dont know HTML / CSS / PHP, but they still manage their sites with their CMS
software (Wordpress, Drupal, TYPO3, et al). Some CMS software does require a bit of knowledge to set up (TYPO3 isnt great for a noob!), but most are
openSource so there ios a whole community of support there if you need it.
oh, and if anyone mentions to you J!--hit them with a cricket bat