Discussion in 'Website Design' started by SecNam, Feb 21, 2009.
is anyone here good at slicing a .psd file into a html page?
pm if you can help out.
If you have Photoshop, Fireworks, or Paintshop use the Slice tool, it provides you with the html and images ready to go
We offer this as a service. Provide a full XHTML / CSS layout based on the PSD, that will work in IE6, 7, FF etc..
Price is dependent on the layout/PSD and how intricate it is. Feel free to drop me a screenshot via PM/email, and I'll get a price to you.
pm me your email and ill send the file over
I think slicing a psd file is becoming obsolete. Everyone is trying to launch a website based on CSS. Why not you are opting for that.
Slicing is still the most common method in the biggest industry on the net, so its going no where
The issues faced are now replacing static graphical text with search engine friendly text, and moving from tables to CSS, but slicing and dicing has another 5 yrs at least before its replaced by something like flash only more friendly
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