I’m sure you’ve seen advertisements for a little dissimilar services that will exchange your PSD files into HTML and CSS. If you’re looking to save some time on your next project you may want to deem trying one of these services.
In this article more than 20+ Photoshop Tutorials showing you the tricks you need to convert you designs into HTML and CSS. Even with the paramount tutorials at hand cutting up designs isn’t a straightforward task. To make sure you get the job done tripwire magazine also provides a list of more…
There’s nothing like building an complete site to show you a good impression of how a CSS layout should work. Over at PSDTUTS we’ve got a tutorial where you design up a sleek, high end web design. In this tutorial we’re going to take that PSD file and construct it with some nice clean HTML and CSS.
Enduring from a recent tutorial, Create a Vibrant Blog Design in Adobe Photoshop, we’ll now look at taking the concept and implementing it into an actual webpage constructed in xHTML and CSS. By exporting the imagery from Photoshop and coding up the page we’ll construct a working instance of the overall blog design.
This is the first in our 4 part series on how to take a PSD file and alter it into a fully CSS based html page. These are the first in a series of tutorials in which we construct a fully working Photography site, all in clean xHTML and CSS. All the code, templates and files are accessible for you to play with, and we encourage you to download and play with what is provided. The design template is licensed under the creative commons licence.
Okay welcome to part one of the tutorial. What you will be doing in this part is setting everything up to begin coding your template for your website. This tutorial is for slicing a design made in Photoshop and coding it in Dreamweaver. You can also access example code at a variety of stages through the tutorial if you have any problems.
Hello everybody today I’ll be showing you how to code the web design layout #9 PSD. I lately setup a poll to see which one you all required to see as a coded tutorial, and this one won. Thanks to everybody who took part in the obedience process.
Several weeks ago, I showed you how to take a PSD design and convert it into HTML and CSS. Given the attractiveness of that meticulous tutorial, I’ve determined to create a second series. Though, I’m not much of a designer. Instead, I asked Collis if he would allow me to use the design that he used for a recent tutorial for Web Design Week.
Ok, as I’ve said HERE, my great psd slicing tutorial is done. Please note that it is my very first video tutorial so I’m sorry for this things:
If I cut out too much parts (yes, some parts like ALT-TAB window, start menu showing, and so on are missing). I considered that those parts are not essential so, to reduce size, I’ve cut them out.
If it’s taking too long. The tutorial consists in two parts, both are around 30 minutes. I wanted to play them at 150-200% speed, but I quit. I offer a download alternative (besides the online playing), so you can download files and play them in your favorite media player with higher speed.
If I have language errors. English is not my native language, so I made mistakes. Some mistakes I’ve seen, some not. But it takes way to long to edit the videos again and again. I consider that errors are acceptable because the final result (which is that you understand how it’s made) is more important.
Here is a basic design composition. The problem now becomes turning it into code while maintaining the style and arrangement that was determined upon as well as making sure that the site is reachable across browsers/platforms and is as light and graceful as possible.
In today’s video tutorial, we’ll be slicing up a PSD, dicing it for the web, and serving it on a warm hot plate. Our design sports a neat “Web 2.0” feel and comes courtesy of Joefrey from ThemeForest.net. Be sure to visit his profile if you have the chance.