7 Easy Steps To Convert PSD To WordPress

This article will assist you in knowing the steps which are involved in converting the static PSD based site into a responsive WordPress template.

When we talk about to optimizing a website, WordPress conversions is one of the crucial phases of optimization. The basic aim behind considering such conversions is to ensure that the website could run smoothly on all major web browsers.In order to make the most out of the WordPress CMS, it is important that the conversion is performed as per the latest trends.

In a competitive WordPress website development, PSD to WordPress conversions are the most crucial aspects. These kinds of conversions ensure that a business is able to achieve a seamlessly functioning website. Converting the PSD designs into a remarkable WordPress theme is a reliable solution for enjoying the benefits of the robust content management system.

This article will assist you in knowing the steps which are involved in converting the static PSD based site into a responsive WordPress template.

1. Analyze The PSD Files

First of all, the PSD files need to be examined to know of the complications that might come up during the conversion process. This step can also be termed as the phase where the conversion is planned before laying hands on the process.

2. Divide The PSD Files

In this step, the PSD files are sub-divided into various parts so that the HTML markup gets simpler. The designer creates divisions for the header, footer, sidebars etc. and divide the overall template into body, image, logo, etc.

3. Slicing The PSDs

Slicing the available PSD designs is an important part of the PSD to WordPress theme conversion. In this, the web designer has to open the PSD file and slice it via advanced image editing tools. Once PSD slicing has been done, all the necessary links and text boxes are added or even removed. This process also includes changing the background, fonts, colors etc. and finally saving it as JPEG, GIF, etc.

4. Create And Name Different Files

To avoid the process to become complex, it is advised to create files with different names or labels such as:

index.html for HTML codes
style.css for CSS style formats
index.php for PHP codes

5. Converting PSD To HTML/CSS

The PSD files which are generally created on image editing tools such as Adobe Photoshop cannot be accessed on the world wide web. Therefore, it is important to convert the PSD files into markup languages, such as the popular HTML and/or CSS.

6. Integrate the PSD files Into WordPress

Once you have converted these PSD files into dynamic HTML/CSS templates, integrate them into the desired WordPress format.

7. Test the theme in browsers

Once the conversion has been finally done, it is time to do some testing. You need to check the scalability of the WordPress theme by running it on all the major web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome.

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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