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CSS Bootstrap Basics Responsive Layouts With the Bootstrap Grid Column Sizing

2 Answers

Graeme Oxley
Graeme Oxley
8,919 Points

Please correct me if I am misunderstanding your question, but are you asking if there is an automated way to take a PSD and generate HTML/CSS out of it?

As far as I know, no. For me, "PSD to HTML" simply describes the workflow of taking a PSD and then cropping/slicing out the images. Afterwards, coding the HTML/CSS based on the PSD (the "mockup") visual. No automation.

Admittedly it is not the best way to code a website, but that is the way that I have professionally developed for several years (with a dedicated design team providing the completed PSDs).

Kevin Gates
Kevin Gates
14,831 Points

guram dgebuadze : you should check out this course: https://teamtreehouse.com/library/creating-wireframe-and-photoshop-mockups

In this live Workshop, Nick creates a mockup for the website of a fictional to-do list app. He starts out with wireframes using Balsamiq, then moves on to Photoshop and creates a high fidelity mockup. Finally, Nick shows how to prototype the mockup in HTML and CSS.


This other course will teach you basics of using Photoshop for the web: https://teamtreehouse.com/library/digital-media-through-photoshop