Ultimately the answer to the question lies in what u prefer, your preferences. The question is who will rule the web 10yrs from now. 1. Active coding or 2. WYSIWYG ? With numero uno dreamweaver growing by leaps and bounds now CC following not far away MUSE with the revolutionary parallax scrolling, Both these softwares dont need your coding skills but design matter to play with them.I used muse and i found so easy it is to make a website with all the bells and whistles and there is a growing community of muse users giving feedback. I even found templetes for muse on sale.Adobe is damn serious with muse.
Question ? What a young designer new to this field will go for coding? or visual design? obviously the visual part since you dont have to break your head learning 2 languages HTML and CSS. For a freelancer or hobbyist WYSIWYG maybe a good solution but for a backend guy in serious stuff who makes a living on code and can digest the code.HTML and CSS are known as building blocks? Do you folks agree coz i beg to differ there is a lot of stuff going on out there and lots of softwares & sites to cater to your preferences, its time we shake hands with WYSIWYG. 10yrs from now you may not hear about coding a website but designing a website visually. Its kinda worrysome coz for all begginers and newbies where to start from.
Be honest in what you reply coz this may be a solution for all newbies.