lol, my husband is still a Dreamweaver fan. I've weaned myself off it unless I'm explaining something to him or helping him with the site I built for the lodge. He admins it and converted it to a nice, simple dreamweaver file so he can update it in about 2mins tops. Still makes me itch to "fix" things some days. I just close my eyes and am thankful he is the admin and not one of the old guys who thinks tons of animated gifs and background music is "cool"
I never liked the pages Front Page made and when I started learning design tons of people used it. So I sucked up and learned it all by hand, starting with making a sentence on a page, changing the page color, font color, making it bold, adding a background pic, making a table, etc. I progressed along with the coding, from HTML to CSS. I can make a decent page and make it compliant more often than not. I charge a small token for the pages I've made and it includes a tutorial to update it yourself and imbedded notes to help if you get lost if you want/need them.
I don't look down on those who use WYSIWYG editors, nor do I consider them better or worse than hand coding. Not everyone can recall all the coding necessary by heart. So long as the client is happy and the page works who's to say one way is better?
I've had clients running Win 95 and IE from the dark ages who only cared that the page looked good on their computer....heck with the modern fools with Win XP and IE8.