Helpful Tips for PSD to WordPress Conversion

If you’re looking to create WordPress theme from Photoshop, then converting your website from PSD to WordPress is the best solution. It helps to get the portal search engine friendly as far as Blogging is a concern on the web. The PSD plays a crucial role in making the content of the blog posts visually compelling.

The transformation of PSD occupies the integration of PSD files with WordPress. WordPress is considered as one of the crucial blogging platforms with strong control on its Content Management System (CMS). It is widely admired for quick organizing and managing web content. One can easily get WordPress templates and themes by slicing PSD files.

To learn more about PSD to WordPress conversion service process, check out the following steps.

1. Analyze PSD files

First, a web designer or developer has to analyze the PSD file format and try to know whether it is simple or complex. In other words, we can say that it is all about planning before the process of conversion, like adding the CSS, dividing the layout into HTML, header and footer and them the images.

2. Break PSD to HTML

After analyzing, web developers have to break PSD to make HTML layout easier. For dynamic code WordPress, web programmer wraps affairs minister titles and comments. In addition to this, cut the web coder of the logo, body, site name and image in its core diva. Web developers add an unordered list of navigation after breaking such files.

3. Slice PSD files

One of the essential parts of the WordPress template/theme customization or integration is slicing out the PSD web templates into layers. WordPress Developers can use Photoshop or any other compatible software for slicing out the images. After this, they have the ability to remove or add links, buttons, and text fields. And you can also change the background colour, image hassle free. This sliced PSD file format can be saved as JPEG, GIF, bitmap or any other compatible format.

4. File Structure

Make separate files and name them style.css (code css styles), index.html (HTML code), index.php (PHP code).

5. PSD to HTML and CSS

As PSD get uploaded to your site then sliced image is encoded with a high-quality HTML then CSS.

6. Integrate CSS/HTML to WordPress

Once a PSD get converted into CSS and HTML then developers has to combine static design dynamic WordPress theme/ template.

7. Testing

It plays a significant role in the process of conversion. While PSD to WordPress conversion you should focus on your website compatibility across every browser and devices. So it is better to check the availability across different browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Opera, etc.

Wrapping up

While managing your WordPress website, you should run with the ethics in mind. The above mentioned tips will give you success in long terms. But it is always suggested to stay updated with recent advancements in technology so as to make sure you do not lack behind the technology.

Author: sophiaphill

I am Sophia, my forte is WordPress and my work exists at the intersection of web development and technology blogging.

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