Personally, I think the only thing you can learn from Adobe is how NOT to build websites -- and if you are relying on WYSIWYG tools to do ANYTHING, you're drawing pretty pictures NOT making useful accessible websites. This is particularly true of the garbage vomited up by goofy tools like Bridge/inDesign, which on the whole have little if anything to do with web deployable content.
My advice is to go get yourself a free text editor-- any of them will do; notepad2 (what I currently use), editplus, notepad++, win32pad, text wrangler -- the list is endless... take the time to actually learn HTML and CSS so you have some clue what you are actually outputting and how to build fast, accessible sites, and then use a simple free FTP client to get it onto a server. (Filezilla good as any).
You don't need any big expensive tool, and as I've come to determine the past decade, the more expensive the tool the worse the quality of whatever you make in it... MOST such software simply tricking people into thinking they can build useful websites, when they can't.