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Old 03-02-2012, 01:08 AM
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PSD is photoshop, how do you convert it to html?
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Old 03-19-2012, 09:24 PM
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No special tools for convert psd to html, u need to do it by using dreamweaver or any editor
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Old 03-22-2012, 06:14 PM
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Awesome, this could come in handy for me, psd2html converter is cheap and it seems like they know what they're talking about as far as making it work. Thanks for the tip
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Originally Posted by Octopus View Post
I have never heard of programs that'll do that for you so i like seeing these options above. Still, I'd rather have someone do it for me than spend days of my time learning something I will never be an expert on. I like to create ideas, delegate, and deploy. If I start working on the technique, that'll destoy my creativity.

But that's just how I look at it
You never stop learning in life no matter what you do. Learning HTML and CSS isn't hard at all. When you are making a web page to put out on the net the ultimate goal is to let the user see your content. What I've learned over the past year is it's much easier to simply plan out the structure of your site, do your markup, and then use CSS to make your page look the way you want it to look. That doesn't require ignoring your creativity at all. If anything, it enhances it because you learn how to adapt your imagination to making a usable site for all kinds of users. With Photoshop slicing sure it seems easier at first until you run into all sorts of cross-browser nonsense. Even if you avoid that, then you run into usability problems. So for the time you spent cutting corners, you end up spending more time fixing up your site. You don' t have to have a web page full of fancy Flash crap; just have one that works and lets your users see what your content is all about. They'll appreciate it, believe me.
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The best way to do it manually rather than using ready made script because of ready made script may not give quality as per the SEO Standard.
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In my opinion, photoshop is the best that a person can use for converting PDF to HTML. Indeed it replaces with a lot of code, but at- least it converts automatically without any manual operation. A person need not to write the code every time when he pursues this conversion. However I also agree that it would be better to learn implement HTML by own than to rely on the other software.
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Well, if you learn it is very interesting and creative task.
I enjoy it more than designing fresh websites.

one of my example psd to html converted site is
if you want learn then youu can chekout following
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