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    All the tutorials I've found involved some coding involved in Dreamweaver to create the divs, stylesheet, background image etc, which is the method which I don't want.

    I used to convert PSD to HTML easily using ImageReady CS1 by slicing the PSD, then straight away export this slicing + layers to HTML. The program should automatically generate image slices and place them accordingly with tables/divs. Now ImageReady is obsolete, and I have to catch up what I missed over the years.

    How do I convert PSD to HTML using this technique with Adobe CS6?

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    ImageReady is still one of our favorites especially 7.0.
    We're not going to upgrade to ps6 from cs5.5 because there's nothing new there we could or would use.
    I can't comment on cs6 but sure someone in here can.

    Sometimes in cs5.5, and I have 2 girls in here that still swears by cs3, you can do your slicing, etc and when you save for web tell it to save as html also. We don't use Dreamweaver anymore, only Expression Web 4, so we'll go into EW4 and clean up the code. That is, if we don't hand code the site.
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    Does that mean you don't want to code or that you don't want Dr*amw*av*r code?

    If you don't want to code...well...sorry about yo' damn luck. The best way to convert a PSD to HTML is to slice the images, export them ONLY (not the bloated HTML Adobe creates) and code independently.

    If you don't want Dr*amw*av*r code, the best thing you can do is get a free editor such as Notepad++ (it's like Notepad but with much more goodness) and code it the way I suggested.
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    Yeah you want to move away from "converting" PSD to HTML. I made a tutorial on this process a while back and have since stopped doing it that way because I found the proper way of doing this.

    Really what you need to do is save individual aspects of the page like the Header Image, Logo Image, Background image, Footer and content area backgrounds and then code them.

    Here is a simple Video Tutorial that Helped me A LOT. If the thought of moving away from slices is overwhelming this tutorial will make it clearer and much easier!

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    I remember there was some way to save a psd file directly into html using photoshop and it will generate the tables for you. how do you do this in photoshop cs6?

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    we simply slice and save as html with images, then it comes in the form of table, we can easily convert into div also

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    Quote Originally Posted by amitweb007, post: 244344
    we simply slice and save as html with images, then it comes in the form of table, we can easily convert into div also
    The slice tool in Phtoshop will create only ONE table and put all the sliced stuff in that table. It is not going to create nested tables or DIVS. This is the limitation of the slice tool. It should be used only very very basic design and to export it in to HTML format.
    I recommend manually slicing the images in the photoshop, and creating html manually.

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    Yes, but what happens with the archaic and bloated HTML Photoshop is known to create?
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    If I was a smart *** I would probably give you a link like


    THIS ONE. CLICK IT

    first vid will show you

    Since I am in no way a smart *** here your answer

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eCmJgLzyQc

    this guy took 5 videos to make a tut. Just skim through it. Its really easy just slice it into pieces using the slice tool. And then file/save for web. cs6 and 5 are same as far as this goes.

    I dont want to lead a dead horse to water but...

    When I first started taking an interest with web design I came here to this exact same forum with just abut the same question

    "How duz I Dreamweaver guise?"

    Everyone informed me that any self respecting person simply doesn't.
    If your going to make one page web page of your cat to show your bf/gf then have at it.
    If you want to learn anything, or want to create a page that is functional in today's web-world
    then go to lynda.com or wherever, spent 2 weeks and learn css and html.

    Better yet, Just do this. You can set up a basic functional, easy webpage in a day.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qk7-iB4vMiY

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    You may try divine element it is a photoshop extension.


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