30 Hands-on Tutorials for PSD to HTML Conversion
Well-known graphic design software Photoshop, every designer love to work in Photoshop, web designer make their web templates in Photoshop. It’s much difficult task to convert the PSD file into HTML or CSS format. For those designers who don’t have good skills to convert a design into a completely code website, these psd to html tutorials are much helpful for them. We got these tutorials from famous resources to facilitate every designer.
Today I’m going to take you through my entire process of getting from Photoshop to completed HTML. We’re going to build out a set of 4 PSD mockups of a website that eventually will become a WordPress theme. It’s a massive tutorial, so if you’re going to follow through to the end, make sure you have a few hours to spare!
Part Digital Design gives us another detailed tutorial for coding a site from a Photoshop file. This tutorial is very detailed, from slicing the interface to the coding.
In this web design tutorial, you’ll see a process for converting a Photoshop mockup to working HTML/CSS template. This is Part 2 of a tutorial series that will show you how to create the design, and then convert it to an HTML/CSS template.
In this tutorial you will learn how to code the Corporate WordPress Style Layout into xhtml and css. If you have any questions about this tutorial be sure to ask in the comments. Also, remember with all the tutorials, the source files are available for download.
In this first-ever video podcast, I start the conversion process of an Adobe Photoshop mockup of a website, into a real live CSS based website. This is pretty rough here folks, I’m sure these will get more focused with time. Please let me have it with criticisms at my contact page.
There’s nothing like building an entire site to show you a good overview 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 build it with some nice clean HTML and CSS.
This is the first in our 4 part series on how to take a PSD file and convert it into a fully CSS based html page. These are the first in a series of tutorials in which we build a fully working Photography site, all in clean Xhtml and CSS. All the code, templates and files are available for you to play with, and we encourage you to download and play with what is provided.
In order to work though this tutorial you will need the PSD file from the first tutorial which can be downloaded here. I’d also recommend saving a backup copy of the PSD in case something that we do messes up the file that you are working with
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.
HV Designs previously published a tutorial for creating a car sales layout in Photoshop, and this tutorial is a follow up to cover the process of coding the site. It’s a fairly detailed tutorial with the coding provided.
In this tutorial il show how to code my design lab layout tutorial. Make sure you have your PSD ready made in photoshop.
Continuing 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 produce a working example of the overall blog design.
This tutorial is another special series written guest author Sean Hodge from aiburn.com and Connection Cube. He is an expert in Drupal, which I am totally not familar with. He intrigued me when he told me that the majority of the bands on Sony’s record label are powered by Drupal. Drupal is basically an open source CMS, and I was interested in learning more about it. So that’s why he’s writing this tutorial for us. You can learn along with me!
I continue to be amazed by how well Collis’s “Build a Sleek Portfolio Site From Scratch” tutorial continues to perform. It’s been months, yet it still posts strong numbers every week. Considering that fact, I decided to create a screencast that shows you exactly how to convert a PSD into perfect XHTML/CSS.
In this web development tutorial, you will learn how to code a web page template from a Photoshop mock-up from a previous tutorial called “Create a Clean and Professional Web Design in Photoshop” using HTML/CSS.
A couple of weeks back we went through the process of creating a gnarly snowboarding themed website design concept in Photoshop. The tutorial covered the process of designing our site concept from sketch to finished PSD design. Now,
Follow this walkthrough of coding up a graphical website layout into valid, standards compliant XHTML and CSS. Starting with the initial process of exporting the individual images from the Photoshop document through to building the complete page.
This tutorial from Eratic Wisdom is not nearly as detailed as some of the others on this list, but it does a good job of looking at the process quickly. If you’re interested in going through a shorter tutorial on the subject rather than spending a large chuck of time on all the details, try this one.
Today we’ll be converting our PSD into a one page working CSS template. In part 3 we’ll begin to add our additional pages.
There has been LOTS of great feedback on the first series of Converting a Photoshop Mockup into HTML/CSS. So let’s do it again! Every website is different will require different conversion technqiues so there will be plenty to learn this time around that will be different from last time.
One problem I run into pretty frequently when coding a site in to XHTML and CSS is making my footer dock to the bottom of the screen. It’s especially annoying if you have a page that’s short on content and the footer, which happens to be a different color that the body background doesn’t stay at the bottom of the browser window.
In this step-by-step web development tutorial, you will learn how to convert a beautiful and eye-grabbing grunge theme web layout–created from Photoshop in a previous tutorial–into a working HTML and CSS template.
This is Part 2 of tutorial series. The first part dealt with creating a web design mockup of an elegant and simple blog web design. You should do Part 1 before attempting this tutorial so that you to gain the most benefit.
This is the second part of WaterColored Web Portfolio tutorial. In case you missed the first part of this tutorial, read Create a Nice Web Portfolio Design with a Watercolored Background in Photoshop to learn how to make a web layout in PhotoShop. With this post we’ll learn how to realize a valid, standards compliant XHTML and CSS home-page from PSD template. So, now it’s time to write code!
In this PSD/HTML conversion tutorial, we will take a PSD web design template that I showed you how to construct in a previous tutorial and turn it into a functional HTML/CSS template.
I’ve recently been working on a design concept for a WordPress theme as part of a personal project. In this walkthrough we’ll go through the process of converting the design concept from PSD document right through to completed HTML and CSS mockup, complete with clean and valid code, a few touches of CSS3 and some quick fixes to help out old IE6.
This post describe how to convert a PSD layout in a real (X)HTML/CSS web-page. This is only a basic demonstration so I explain the basic issues to realize our home-page.
Firstly open up photoshop and create a new document 900 x 845 pixels, fill your background layer with the color white if it isnt already. For our background i also want to add some stripes to it so create a new document 4 x 4 pixels with a transparent background. Zoom in 1600%, select the “pencil” tool and a 1 pixel brush, create 4 squares like this.
As I sifted through the various pieces of software that are designed for creating presentation slides, it occurred to me: why learn yet another program, when I can instead use the tools that I’m already familiar with? With a bit of fiddling, we can easily create beautiful presentations with HTML and CSS. I’ll show you how today!