Frontpage is the WYSIWYG design tool of choice for millions of designers precisely because it can be easy enough for a a beginner to use and also allow the more advanced designers to tweak things like CSS and other web 2.0 technologies.
In fact, only hosts that either insist you use their web design interface, or those that are specifically designed for other programs (usually Microsoft's FrontPage), will be unfriendly toward Dreamweaver.
Adding or changing Microsoft FrontPage backgrounds on your website allows you to choose different looks for each webpage or to keep the webpages looking uniform.There are two main types of backgrounds.
Often they are humorously named ("Cleaning Up Your FrontPage Code!" for example) but they are also very useful and may be explained in a way more intuitive than corporate-driven sites.
Whether you use Frontpage, Dreamweaver or the open source program Kompozer, the HTML source for a guestbook you choose will fit right into the program and work seamlessly with your other pages.
Conversely, if there is a template that is configured to work well with Frontpage, the odds are that it will not work as well with Dreamweaver, the other most popular WYSIWYG editor.
If you are not a designer by profession, it would be wise to choose WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) Web page design software like Microsoft Frontpage or Adobe Dreamweaver.
It also has a section on Great FrontPage Features that covers a wide range of site-management tools such as sitewide find-and-replace, embedded web pages, and dyname content.
Desktop programs like CoffeeCup or Microsoft FrontPage are excellent for designing your page using a more graphical approach that doesn't require much coding experience.
Microsoft's FrontPage especially is very picky about having the HTML coding matching its own syntax, which may or may not fit with the original coder of the template.