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Psd 2 Html

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by Investor1, Nov 26, 2007.

  1. #1
    Hi all am wondering if there are some tool to code a PSD into HTML format?
    SEMrush
    Thanks

    Kent
     
    Investor1, Nov 26, 2007 IP
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  2. mines

    mines Well-Known Member

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    Notepad ;)

    (You could use the build in features in photoshop/imageready to export it as html. but it isn't very good...)
     
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  3. Investor1

    Investor1 Well-Known Member

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    hehe using CS3 but cant find the option :-(
     
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    HPA Notable Member

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    Well, try to post under "Programming" Forum. Listed under Buy, Sell or Trade > Services.

    But you will need to pay the coder for it. I am a coder, my self. If you want, I can code it for you. just PM with your price.
     
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  5. kharen

    kharen Banned

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    I think the slice tool that's for slicing every portion of the image and there's an option where you can place a code..and save it as a web format...
     
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    microdude431 Active Member

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    Correcto......

    Slice and open with Dreamweaver....

    Or you could do it from scratch, using Dreamweaver. ;)
     
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  7. Dan Schulz

    Dan Schulz Peon

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    Or better yet, create an HTML/CSS wireframe, apply background colors where necessary via CSS, and then lift the image layers you need from the .psd file and apply them as actual images in either the .gif, .jpg or .png format as appropriate.
     
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    Investor1 Well-Known Member

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    Anywhere i can find a Noob guide for this on the net? :-p
     
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    I can work as a best tool to convert from PSD to HTML.
     
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    Notting Notable Member

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    Dreamweaver, Fireworks, HTML and CSS
    These are our tools my man!

    Notting
     
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  11. Dan Schulz

    Dan Schulz Peon

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    I'd take Dreamweaver off of that list. Just give me a text editor (even if it's Notepad).
     
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    Notting Notable Member

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    Well I'd put it back on the list. You must have a lot of time on our hands if you don't want to use DW
     
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    Dreamweaver is pretty good. If you use the code view only. The colors in the code is by far the best imo. Although I prefer notepad++ sometimes, it's quicker to load and easier when programming.

    Anyway, why don't you just learn html from scratch? There's no shortcuts hehe
     
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    kharen Banned

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    yah... writing code in notepad is one of the best thing to do where you can easily to remember and understand each code...
     
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    Dreamweaver and Photoshop do quite a nifty job together.
     
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  16. Dan Schulz

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    Yeah, lots of time. Time that I bill for at a premium. :) (I actually have a pretty quick turnaround rate since I'm far more comfortable coding by hand rather than using a WISIWYG editor, and the code I produce is a hell of a lot better than the crap Dreamweaver produces.)

    But I'm a hand coder with five years experience with HTML, CSS, cross-browser/platform/version issues, usability, accessibility and SEO, so a lot of what I do simply cannot be reproduced by Dreamweaver's design view. And I'm also now adding Web copywriting to the list.
     
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    deathshadow Acclaimed Member

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    No, has a premium on time and can't be bothered to waste hours or even days correcting what Dreamweaver's WYSIWYG vomits up for code...

    ...and before you get your panties in a twist with that whole 'if you only use it in code view' rubbish, if you aren't going to use the WYSIWYG congratulations you just dropped $300 to $1000 (depending on version) for less functionality than most FREE notepad replacements/equivalnets (vim, gedit, notepad++) combined with the ACTUAL browsers the end user might be using.

    "Oh, but the preview pane" - yeah, because what we REALLY need is adding a fifth even BUGGIER rendering engine to the mix. BRILLIANT!!!

    But then, I've been at this for thirty years and find code completion a pain in the ass, lack of being able to undock the editor from all the other **** to drag it to another monitor a step BACKWARDS in functionality (which is why I'm not to keen on tabbed editors either), and syntax highlighting to be an acid trip that makes code HARDER to read, not easier.
     
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    I do not believe on "automatic" software.

    I'm doing it like this:

    1. Slice PSD and save it like .jpg, .gif or .png
    2. Make .css with TopStylePro 3.0
    3. Dreamweaver for .html (not Design view, but code view).
     
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