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Uploading a Photoshop template

3:42 am on Feb 13, 2007 (gmt 0)

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I recently created a website using Adobe Photoshop cs2. Does anyone know anywhere that can guide me to getting this into HTML or any other web readable form?

The steps to start this process or anything to help contribute woul dbe great!

9:23 am on Feb 13, 2007 (gmt 0)

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You'll have a fair bit to be getting on with now then :)

I suggest you learn HTML basics and some simple CSS layout techniques.

Then you can slice your image and apply it to a page using CSS to position the images. Using CSS helps page design in many ways - It'll keep your text and links in a form that is more adaptable, useable, accessibile, Search Engine Freindly...

If you are just setting off you are in a great position. The CSS forum here is fantastic so you could have a dig about in the library [webmasterworld.com] for CSS info.

There are dozens of great tutorials out there for those newer to web design - have a look about and feel free to ask more questions if you get stuck.

Cheers, Limbo

9:30 am on Feb 13, 2007 (gmt 0)

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You need HTML basics to step on - try the library as a starter, just as Limbo offered.
If any questions appear, we all here, are very responsive, so don't hesitate to ask.