How.PSD file web template works?
Topic: How to write a work plan template
November 20, 2019 / By Rafe Question:
im planning on making a anime website there are people selling web design in .PSD file
how to use it on a website? is it a design only or does this include features such as Ex anime series tab or ongoing series tab like this http://www.goodanime.net
Best Answers: How.PSD file web template works?
Markus | 1 day ago
It is a picture. That is all.
A developer can cut pieces out of it and write markup and stylesheets to reassemble it around the content.
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They are not really web templates; they are web design templates.
That means, you can't really create a web site from PSD "templates", but you use them as design templates so you can graphically design your web page before you actually create the web page. You still have to create the web page yourself.
.PSD are Photoshop files. Photoshop is a bitmap graphics editor, not a web site editor.
So you can use the PSD to create images for your web site.
But do not save the whole web page design as a single image and use that as your whole web page.
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it's only a picture, if you don't have experience in web design. Don't buy it- it will be a waste of time and money.
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Use photoshop, work with the layers, modify text and images, slice it out, save for website. Then make the CSS + XHTML to put all sliced images together to have your website.
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Originally Answered: How do you make a dreamweaver file into one single HTML file with photos and content attached?
Anything pointing to an external file has to point to where that file is on the server. IOW, if your images are in the directory /images, an img tag has to be
Dreamweaver will do this for you if you maintain the same directory structure on your development computer and on the server. If you move files, you have to change paths manually.