How to Convert a Slick PSD Design to XHTML/CSS

Converting a Adobe PSD to a static HTML/CSS page can be quite the hassle, so today I will demonstrate how to go about the process. We are going to take the PSD template below and convert it to a fully XHTML/CSS layout that works in all major browsers (IE6+). The page is essentially broken down to five major sections, each one having its own container wrapping custom content. We will approach this conversion by first writing valid XHTML code then add CSS to make the page resemble the PSD. Lets begin by looking at the PSD and what we want to take from it.

Click on the image to download the psd files for this tutorial.

Photography PSD Template

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This entry was posted on Thursday, September 16th, 2010 at 07:06 and is filed under Tutorials. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

Cody Robertson is a 19 year old freelancer. He is currently attending university, but loves to write and create beautiful websites whenever he can. He ranges with a large spectrum of coding languages, all the way from Objective-C to HTML. Follow Cody on Twitter

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10 Responses »

  1. Brilliant tutorial I will have to try it out asap.
    Thanks alot ^^

  2. Awesome Tutorial.

    Thanks you for share.

  3. Good tutorial for beginner like me, thank you :)

  4. Very good tutorial, It covered a lot of things, thanks

  5. Dude, charset before title. :)

  6. i’m going to have to take time on this one.thanks for sharing

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