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Thread: PSD to HTML AND CSS

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    PSD to HTML AND CSS

    Hi, i am new to the forum. My first question is that, is there a tutorial about how to write HTML and CSS codes of a website from its phtoshop comp.

    king reagrds.

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    Try this: CLICK HERE
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    This is way too general of a question. There's no one-size-fits-all "how to code a PSD to HTML" tutorial, because PSDs vary so greatly. Some coding techniques you'll need for some, others you don't.

    Your best bet is to just practice a lot with tutorials, get the hang of the basics like positioning, nav menus, etc. NetTuts is a good place to start, although it may not cover every single thing you need to do with your custom PSD.

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    you should try w3 schools or tutorialpoint website. it got lots of exercises and examples to practice. Yes. PDF is also available

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