The answer is - yes. It doesn't look hard - https://helpx.adobe.com/dreamweaver/how-to/what-is-dreamweaver.html and you're starting from your own existing web site and not from scratch. I was a Dreamweaver user many moons ago, I switched to MS Visual Studio because I had a valuable customer who required it. As I remember there was a designer function in DW which allowed for drag and drop positioning of objects and the resultant code was slim and elegant. I would say that DW is overkill for a site like yours and the cost would not be justified, but as you already have the application the cost is irrelevant. You have nothing to lose by trying it. WP is good and CMS is good if you have many people managing content and you want to ensure that they don't damage the layout and presentation, but from your OP you appear to do the entire site yourself, so why bother fitting your wants into someone else's framework. I'd recommend staying away from anything open source as far as you can. The fewer applications you have on a system, the better the system. Open source is what it says on the box. Anyone and his uncle can contribute to the code behind the application. Unless you have the time to parse it up and examine every line you will never know what it does in the background. The same applies to purchased applications, but you have a vendor and a support structure to fall back on. That may, or may not be a good support framework, but if you don't like it you can always ask for a refund. Hope this helps.