10 Easy-to-Follow PSD to HTML/CSS Tutorials

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Converting PSD to HTML/CSS might intimidate you at first since it’s a brand new world, especially for long-time Photoshop users. A basic knowledge of HTML and CSS won’t hurt; beginners might find these tutorials a bit dizzying but, hey, it’s worth a try. And believe me when I say to you, finding a good teacher who will teach you for free (or for a small amount) is just another difficulty waiting next door if you don’t start now.


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These are ten easy-to-follow PSD (Photoshop file) to HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) tutorials. Learn the principles from these tutorials rather than the finished output and I swear, you’ll learn web design in no time!

Here are they:

PSD to HTML Tutorial: Code a Photoshop File to a Working Website

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How to Code a Stylish Portfolio Design in HTML/CSS

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Designing a Highly Professional Website, From the Sketch to the Code

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Code an Awesome Minimal Design from PSD to XHTML & CSS

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Sleek Coming Soon Page Design

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PSD/HTML Conversion: Code a Clean Business Website Design

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Convert a Warm, Cheerful Web Design to HTML and CSS

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Converting a Clean Magazine Style PSD Template to HTML/CSS

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Simple & Cloudy Portfolio Layout

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Convert Your Product Landing Page From PSD to HTML [Very Detailed]

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Learning how to design a web page could be fun. It could also start as a hobby (to kill spare time) and eventually turn into a cool skill and in the end, a source of extra income. But it’s not that easy; it never is. You need to have persistence, a non-stop flare to know and learn, to tinker and make mistakes. For in the end, web design isn’t learned overnight. It requires sweat and a great amount of patience.

Good luck!

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5 Comments Best Comments First
  • kaostricks

    Wednesday, December 18th, 2013 02:41

    3

    Great Tutorials.Thanks for sharing and letting us know .

    +1
  • Oliver

    Monday, January 20th, 2014 02:37

    4

    After the long surfing i found the good PSD to HTML5 service which is also provides perfect standard coding structure, cheap in cost, browser and device compatibility with lot of advanced jQuery stuffs…

    +1
  • Christopher Dell'Olio

    Friday, January 24th, 2014 21:01

    5

    You don’t think PSD to HTML is dead? I mean there are some jobs posted quite frequently but as in our standards of web design? I think we have moved past PSD to HTML now.

    +1
  • Joan Nelson

    Monday, December 2nd, 2013 11:28

    1

    Honestly, I don’t get it.
    There are these great online platforms like Webzai or Wix that let you create websites.
    These platforms have all the features to create the same websites you described in your examples (and much better ones) in minutes, and, instead of a PSD you get an actual website.
    Why work twice and do the code when you can save that time and build twice as many websites?
    I really think designers (especially web designers) should start looking outside of their Photoshop bubble and make use of some of the other available (free) tools.
    I know what you think, these online tools are very limiting and can’t give you what you need, WRONG!
    I used to think so too until I tried them.
    These platforms can never replace Photoshop, but they can make our lives much easier.
    Trust me, check out Webzai, it is aimed at designers and has some very advanced features which I haven’t seen around like responsive design…

    http://www.webzai.com

    0
    • Daniel

      Thursday, December 5th, 2013 02:41

      2

      Although I do agree that using online tools to make websites makes our lives easier, but nothing beats creating your own website from scratch using HTML/CSS and other web development tools. I get full control of the contents of my website and I don’t even have to pay for anything except for the domain name and the web hosting. I even have knowledge of server side scripting like PHP which is helpful in creating database driven sites.

      +2
  • Christopher Dell'Olio

    Friday, January 24th, 2014 21:01

    5

    You don’t think PSD to HTML is dead? I mean there are some jobs posted quite frequently but as in our standards of web design? I think we have moved past PSD to HTML now.

    +1
  • Oliver

    Monday, January 20th, 2014 02:37

    4

    After the long surfing i found the good PSD to HTML5 service which is also provides perfect standard coding structure, cheap in cost, browser and device compatibility with lot of advanced jQuery stuffs…

    +1
  • kaostricks

    Wednesday, December 18th, 2013 02:41

    3

    Great Tutorials.Thanks for sharing and letting us know .

    +1
  • Joan Nelson

    Monday, December 2nd, 2013 11:28

    1

    Honestly, I don’t get it.
    There are these great online platforms like Webzai or Wix that let you create websites.
    These platforms have all the features to create the same websites you described in your examples (and much better ones) in minutes, and, instead of a PSD you get an actual website.
    Why work twice and do the code when you can save that time and build twice as many websites?
    I really think designers (especially web designers) should start looking outside of their Photoshop bubble and make use of some of the other available (free) tools.
    I know what you think, these online tools are very limiting and can’t give you what you need, WRONG!
    I used to think so too until I tried them.
    These platforms can never replace Photoshop, but they can make our lives much easier.
    Trust me, check out Webzai, it is aimed at designers and has some very advanced features which I haven’t seen around like responsive design…

    http://www.webzai.com

    0
    • Daniel

      Thursday, December 5th, 2013 02:41

      2

      Although I do agree that using online tools to make websites makes our lives easier, but nothing beats creating your own website from scratch using HTML/CSS and other web development tools. I get full control of the contents of my website and I don’t even have to pay for anything except for the domain name and the web hosting. I even have knowledge of server side scripting like PHP which is helpful in creating database driven sites.

      +2

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