PSD to WordPress Conversion- Make Your WordPress Site Look Attractive

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					PSD to WordPress Conversion- Make Your WordPress Site Look Attractive

As the most popular image editing software Photoshop needs no introduction. WordPress, similarly is
known as a user-friendly content management system. Has it ever occurred to you if you could design a
template in Photoshop and integrate it in WordPress? If so, it is important for you to know about PSD to
WordPress conversion. WordPress developers are increasingly using this technique to innovate and
bring new themes for websites. Now you can easily create PSD to WordPress themes and build a
website that is different from the rest. To make a visually attractive, user friendly website, nothing
          works better than PSD to WordPress theme conversion.




PSD to WordPress Theme Conversion- Steps To Remember

       PSD files are heavy and not web compatible and thus you need to convert them into a web
        compatible markup. The process starts with slicing your PSD files and then converting the same
        into a web version. You can always start by forming a mental picture of what you want and
        separate the different elements of the theme. For example, slice the logo, the banner, the links,
        the body separately so that it is easy to push them into separate layers later. These portions of
        your website have specific functions and need to be coded accordingly.

       For WordPress theme development remember to convert your PSD files to HTML/CSS. You can
        easily code the sliced PSD files into the markup language. The semantic coding techniques will
        help enhance the performance of the website and easily attract the search engine crawlers. The
        Cascading Style Sheet or CSS will further help you define your design attributes and make your
        site run faster. It also standardizes the fonts, color scheme throughout the website.

       The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) lays down guidelines that validate HTML/XHTML codes.
        If you follow the W3C guidelines you will be ensured that you are following a valid structure for
        your website. Thus always remember to validate your codes with W3C.

       As a final step for WordPress theme development, you will need to integrate your HTML and CSS
        codes into the content management system. Using the WordPress admin you can easily
        integrate individual files and make it a part of your WordPress theme. Once you have integrated
        the HTML and CSS codes into WordPress, you will not need to touch them again and still keep
        updating your content as and when required.

WordPress programmers have increasingly started using Photoshop for the theme development as it
lets them experiment and churn out new ideas. Though there are several advantages of this conversion,
you have to take care of a few things. It is important that you work precisely and know how to separate
one element from another. As a PSD file will be in pixels, you also have to take care to convert pixel
without distorting the image. This can only be achieved from experience and patience. After the PSD file
is converted into HTML/XHTML codes, remember to keep your WordPress clean. This will ensure that
the website is search engine friendly and will draw more traffic for your business.

There are many companies specializing in PSD to WordPress conversion. Outsourcing the same is
something that is very popular as it is cost-effective. Several companies have made a name for
themselves in this conversion technique and are regularly creating beautiful content based websites
according to the need of their clients. You can get in touch with any of these companies and be assured
that you will get the best results in the time period you want.

				
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Description: As the most popular image editing software Photoshop needs no introduction. WordPress, similarly is known as a user-friendly content management system.