wrapbootstrap (the marketplace this is on) is awesome in general. I've purchased loads of bits from them over the last few months. I just wish they had a better way to search and filter the themes, it was fine when there were just a few but it's getting unmanageable now!
Search and categorization are implemented in a reboot of the site design that will be released in the next few weeks (along with other neat changes and additions). It should make it a lot easier to narrow down what you're looking for.
I think it should work if I have not included special Google webfonts.
From what I can tell this is a wysiwyg HTML editor that you drop in your bootstrap based web pages - rather than a boostrap style/grid editor.
And it uses tables (!) for laying out the toolbar buttons.
Might want to clarify that language a bit.
In all seriousness though, why is this kind of thing necessary? Who exactly wins here? Certainly not developers since you'll probably never learn how to write basic HTML/CSS with this Dreamweaver approach.