On the site of DIVINE offer the download of a tool to convert free layouts made from Photoshop to WordPress for free.
You just have to provide your address email and they send you the download link. Then the process of use is quite simple but you can be guided by the official tutorial . Basically it is to execute the received link and access the new menu Divine that will appear in Adobe Photoshop CS3 (minimum requirement).
If you have a designer, or you are a freak of the Photoshop but you do not know a developer capable of transporting that wonderful WordPress design to have your unique template the same you should use the services from WPCoder who offer this service to "reasonable" prices .
If you need a good WordPress logo icons in Snap2Objects, you have created a PDF with nothing less than 30 in vector format. To use them you just have to import them into your favorite vector editing application (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.)
We have been asked many times, but between that neither William nor I are wild beasts of Photoshop and that too we are somewhat shameful to ask for favors, we have always been letting go what to do banners and those things for people to link to us from their blogs … with style.
But as we have good friends and fellow hobbyists, some little bank has been doing to us, and here you have them in case you want to place in your blog a link to Help WordPress and that more users of this CMS of our loves have a site where learn and share knowledge .
Choose the one you like best or adapt to the design of your blog. And if you dare to do another we will be happy
In NetTuts have created a fantastic step-by-step tutorial to get to convert PSD files from Photoshop to HTML and create a, eventual, WordPress theme . Impressive, there is nothing equal or so graphically explained. Essential!
What you read is an original content of WordPress Help – Resources, themes, plugins and tutorials in Spanish and published Fernando Tellado first here: From PSD to HTML
Whether you have created a theme or if you have modified it in any way, it is always convenient, or should be, to follow simple rules that facilitate the installation of the template in the users' blog . There are many occasions when one encounters themes that are difficult to know how to install them, either because they have more folders than expected, due to the lack of an instruction file, etc.
Well, I think that is fine with that. If you think of something else that helps, you just have to say it.
PSD2CSS is an awesome online application one of the most interesting webs I've seen lately as it comes to solving a very common need for designers and webmasters .
What this online application offers you is to convert, in a single step, Adobe Photoshop PSD designs to CSS or XHTML code to be able to extract it and make your website or blog
The only existing limit is that the PSD file does not exceed 2 Mb but the same author of the service is willing to increase it if you need it. It is also recommended that there is no excess of layers, ensuring that, for example, the logo does not exceed 5 or 6 layers and, if possible, combine them before uploading the PSD file to convert it.
A free online application indispensable .