I use a 960 gridder layer. You can pick it up at http://960.gs (it's the very top left "download") That will have all the files you need.
Basically you lay it over your PSD (it's just a folder with layers), and it will show you where the gutters are and the columns are. If you've never used a grid system it's very confusing at first, but I feel like it paid off in the long run.
Alternatively, you can slice your entire template. Which is something I used to do... It makes everything an image which kind of sucks. But photoshop will save it as an html table, which makes it a lot easier than using 960gs. I wouldn't consider this method very good at all, but give it a try because it might be useful for some things. It's something like file > save for web > slices or something XD
Cool. I had never thought about it like this. Funny, in that http://www.jadii.com project that I working on, someone sent me a file that had all hidden group layer with all these red vertical lines. At the time I was like, was that part of the background design Now I know why. cool
Originally Posted by eval(BadCode)
A great place you can get your conversions done is http://www.psdcenter.com.
If you are trying to learn it yourself I would suggest learning HTML & CSS at http://www.w3schools.com/
There are so many software available on the Internet to convert PSD to HTML. You have just download the software and install it. Nowadays there are so many online link also available for converting.
There are a lot of companies out there that can help you. Check out this article, it explains how to find a good psd to html conversion company, http://www.all-cabpa.org/how-to-find...ml-markup/492/
You can also check us out if you like, www.psd2htmlpros.com
Have a good day!
Originally Posted by felgall
Thank you for the information. Now I know what I'm going to do.
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Best way is you have to pay for it, and i found this website that convert PSD to HTML5 / HTML / CSS. It's cheap price but the quality of there work is awesome and highly recommended. I think its doctypecoder.com
Originally Posted by MikaWhat
For $35 per page. Other than that they offer other services like Web Designing etc. Gudluck!
Of course many conversion methods available on www.csschopper.com where we convert all types of PSD or images into HTML templates format.
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