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  • Website design

    Ok using photoshop and imageready I have made a html page. But the host I am using freewebs.com only uses css. So how can I make a html or .psd to css?

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    You can't.

    When you load a web page, what you actually get is HTML, which contains the content of the page. The HTML then instructs the browser to download CSS and image files. The CSS controls what the HTML looks like.

    HTML and CSS are two entirely different things, that are both needed for producing web pages. There is no converting one to the other.

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    • #3
      http://www.w3schools.com Intro to HTML and primer to web design. Hope that helps!
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      • #4
        I'm using webs.com if that helps. And I just want something basic for now. So I just made a image with photoshop and am just trying to put it in.

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        • #5
          I only took a brief look at webs.com, but from what I saw, that's not going to work.

          Webs.com seems to work from a system where you are given a standard HTML template to place your content into, and then allows you to write a custom CSS file to apply to that template.

          There's absolutely no way to directly take a photoshop image and produce CSS at all. You just have to write CSS appropriate for the webs.com template.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by hewligan View Post
            I only took a brief look at webs.com, but from what I saw, that's not going to work.

            Webs.com seems to work from a system where you are given a standard HTML template to place your content into, and then allows you to write a custom CSS file to apply to that template.

            There's absolutely no way to directly take a photoshop image and produce CSS at all. You just have to write CSS appropriate for the webs.com template.
            Ah ok, I'll try to write one

            Thanks for your help!

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            • #7
              visit http://www.w3schools.com
              you will get your ans.

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              • #8
                hand coding is the way to go i think, hmm

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                • #9
                  hmm webs.com isn't only css i dont think.. I havent used it in forever but i remember just plopping html into it.

                  I have dreamweaver so I open up the .html file i saved from photoshop and imageready, and get the code from dreamweaver.

                  But that was long ago.. i can't remember much sorry

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