I'm working on a small business website for Safety Training (Self defense, Family Safety, Interview Articles/Videos) I'm learning HTML and CSS with and without Dreamweaver with some success. But I'm having a hard time finding the right type of tutorial or background help on "big picture" design. In my head I see a fairly specific outline for our website. Considering our size and financial capacity, we really can't afford to pay a company to help us build and strategize. So here is my question. If I could build a site like Popular Mechanics/Popular Science, where would I start in terms of background terms to learn, tutorials to follow and authors to look into. I enjoy this learning process but feel that I would be able to focus in on certain aspects of design if they have a more direct impact on my final structure. Examples of how little I know, Do I need a database to build and archive articles? How do I build a Content Manager for my partners to Contribute their articles/interviews for the site? Who would you guys (with much more experience) say to look into? I've already worked through some beginning tutorials on building pages, connecting FTP and all the "first day" type stuff but I just don't want to waste time if there is better design formats/architecture available. I promise to search/re-search and re-re-search any type of key words you folks come up with. Signed, Someone in way over their head BUT who realizes it's great to learn how to manage it for the long term.