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There are various reasons why you may need to create a Coming Soon Page . You may want to start to have the domain indexed by the crawlers and fill in the white space with something that recalls your website launch; or start to spread the word about the service that you are going to offer, writing about that in focus forums and collecting a bunch of interested people; or perhaps you may want to create suspense about the launch. Whatever the reasons are, you should consider the relevant information that goes into a Coming Soon Page. In this tutorial, I will walk you through how to create sleek coming soon page, keeping its content and the design in mind. Tutorial Details
Learn how to earn $125 or more per hour as a freelancer - Click Here Many web designers start a new project by designing a mockup in Photoshop before actually coding the website. For a designer who is comfortable with Photoshop and with this process, less time can be used to create the end result. For those designers who have not mastered the process of converting a design into a fully coded website, these 10 tutorials are excellent learning resources.
I haven’t found really good this kind of list article so I created my own. As being designer myself, coding part usually is hardest part in web development process. But there are so many great tutorials teaching how to use simple XHTML and CSS to get amazing layouts and they offer You to see what’s really happening behind the scenes explaining every step. Learn how to use CSS, how to create layouts in the right way, forget about table-layouts and enjoy CSS real power and put these 43 PSD to XHTML and CSS tutorials in good use! 1.
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.
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. The design template is licenced under the creative commons licence .
Twice a month, we revisit some of our readers’ favorite posts from throughout the history of Nettuts+. 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.
From PSD to HTML the easy way – Using Ultimate CSS Framework This tutorial will teach you how to transform your PSD files to HTML with a very easy method using Ultimate CSS Framework. This framework will help you first to create your designs using the psd file. Using css classes, you will be able to align your design like a pro. Things you need:
Je préparais dernièrement un document pour un boulot afin de montrer à des boîtes de créa print comment faire des PSD propres pour le web. Le but inavouable de la démarche était d’éviter de se retrouver avec des charniers inexploitables en intégration, chose qui arrive encore un peu trop souvent. Pas de règles de ninja ou de gimmicks avant-gardistes ici, juste des bonnes bases saines pour faire un boulot clean . J’ai omis sciemment les nouveautés CSS3 et autres gadgets pour me focaliser sur l’essentiel. Après avoir soumis ma petite liste sur Twitter et à quelques copains, j’ai constaté que beaucoup avaient leur mot à dire sur la question et il m’a paru intéressant de publier la chose pour avoir des retours plus complets.