Hello, I am responsible for starting a website for our church, and we would like a "resource library" to allow for listening or downloading sermons. Unfortunately, I don't know much about web design/programming! And since we are just starting out, we're not in a spot to invest much money for someone to design one. So, I've been doing searches online and in the MacRumors forums, and am slowly gaining confidence in creating a website myself. Looking at either Dreamweaver or Rapidweaver at this point. To give you an idea of what we're looking to do: 1.) Here is an audio resource example we like: http://www.desiringgod.org/ResourceLibrary/Sermons/ByDate/2009/ 2.) We like the look and functionality of these sites: http://www.cloversites.com/websites.html I downloaded a trial of RW, and I already have DW from the CS3 package I purchased (while I don't know how to use DW, I do have the Total Training tutorials). RW seems to be highly recommended in posts I've come across for WYSIWYG, but I'm not sure how to get past the "blog-look." (Of course, I'm likely showing my naiveté!) If I go this route, I'm guessing I will probably have to get some kind of tutorial somewhere? So before I invest time into learning a program, here are my questions: 1.) Will what we want to do (look/layout of site, audio functionality) be possible with either RW or DW? 2.) Is accomplishing what we want to do realistic considering my inexperience? If it is, what recommendations do you have for me? Thanks for any advice you all have!