troubleshooting Question

Should I use a website template?

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I recently asked for some help in a PHP web template I was trying to edit.

I got some great advice in coming to terms with PHP and starting by gaining a better understanding code in simpler formats and gradually progressing.

I had planned to set up a Windows 7 PC running IIS so I could view my web changes without uploading them. As I was warned, the fact that I did some editing in Frontpage screwed up several changes in fonts,

However, the time will take to finish the website, makes me ask the question - would I be better off buying  a template package from someone like TemplateMonster and spend around £225 ($375) was the template and editing package.

Do these templates allow you to edit without a knowledge of code so long as you keep to the layout? Or am I back to square one and need to learn code?
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