As you can see, this is a serious piece of work. But, what you are providing your clients is a serious, big-time benefit. They may be making casual changes, but it is not a casual admin.
I have one webmaster who is setting up Joomla systems, but what we are doing for many clients is using Website Tonite templates and setting up accounts for them there. Your HTML expertise will still come in handy here sometimes (maybe), but you will not need Dreamweaver.
Msg#: 4301845 posted 12:11 pm on May 1, 2011 (gmt 0)
does that mean I have to forget about Dreamweaver now
Not at all! Dreamweaver is indispensable regardless of what CMS drives your website in the end. I use a variety of CMSs but Dreamweaver/Photoshop are always, without exception, the conceptual templating drawingbaord/springboard/playground combo! :-)