Convert PSD to WordPress

Convert PSD To WordPress Website

WordPress has a template driven system, which includes widgets that can be rearranged without editing PHP or HTML code, as well as themes that can be installed and switched in between. The PHP and HTML code in these themes can also be edited for more advanced customization. But Overall it very for those who are doesn’t have PHP/HTML knowledge.

 What is a PSD?

PSD (Photoshop Document) is an image file format native to Adobe’s popular Photoshop Application. It’s an image editing friendly format that supports multiple image layers and various imaging options. PSD files are commonly used for containing high quality graphics data.

What WordPress Themes Are?

Assuming that you’re new to WordPress themes, allow me to explain it in a simplest form to you. Consider WordPress themes similar to your smartphone themes.

Step 1: Slicing your PSD

You slice your PSD and divide it into separate image files so that each design component is effectively saved as a separate design file. You can make use of any photo editing software or more preferably Adobe Photoshop to slice your PSD files.

An easy way to slice your PSD is to look for these components first.

  • Background
  • Header and Separator
  • Footer and others

Step 2: Create index.html and Style.css

Now the next step is to reach to the programming world from the designing world. But it is going to be fairly simple. From the PSD design that you have crafted, create a static HTML and CSS template.

You can follow a responsive web design to make sure your site looks beautiful on all screens.

Let me show you a sample break up of code based on the div tag and CSS styling.

Step 3: Break down your index.html into WordPress theme file structure

Now you have the basic template ready and you need to port it to the WordPress environment. But before you do that you may require a little knowledge on how things are organized in WordPress.

WordPress has a specific file structure that you need to follow. You are basically going to upload your web page to WordPress themes and WordPress software should work with it seamlessly so that the plugins and additional functionalities can be added without any hassle or incompatibility issues.

Some pointers that may help you are listed down below.

Basic files of WordPress Theme
  • index.php
  • header.php
  • sidebar.php
  • footer.php
  • style.css
    The main stylesheet: This file must be attached to the Theme, and it will contain the header information of the theme.
  • rtl.css
    The main stylesheet: This file must be attached to the Theme, and it will contain the header information of the theme.
  • index.php
    The main template file: It is the parent file of the template.
  • comments.php
    This file defines the comments template.
  • front-page.php
    The front page template: it is only used for a static front page.
  • home.php
    The home page is the front page by default.
  • single.php
    This file is used when a single post is queried. For this and all other query templates, index.php is used if the query template is not present.
  • page.php
    This one is used for individual page templates.
  • category.php
    This page is required to show the categories.
  • tag.php
    This page is required when the tag is needed.
  • date.php
    To display the date/ and time we need this template page.
  • archive.php
    Used when a category, author, or date is queried. Note that this template will be overridden by category.php, author.php and date.php for their respective query types.
  • search.php
    To perform a search we need this file inside the template.
  • attachment.php
    To view a single attachment we require this file.
  • image.php
    Image attachment template is used when viewing a single image attachment.
  • 404.php
    The 404 Not Found template is to display the error message when the post is not found.

Step 4: Add WordPress tags

All you have to do now is import the awesome inbuilt functionalities provided by WordPress into your theme files with the help of WordPress tags and add these tags, you can say that you have created a WordPress theme. Follow the given link to know the available WordPress template tags.

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  • We are fine to take up your creative artwork and designs to produce wordPress theme which is complaint to W3C Standards. Alternatively, we have creative designers who can produce design as per your imagination.

PSD to WordPress Theme / Template

At WordPress Services we convert your PSD Designs/Websites to WordPress Designs/Websites. tech team would derive a WordPress theme/template from your layout design. If you have the skills to design your own blog theme, we can take that design and turn it into a fully functional, cross-browser compatible WordPress theme!

Our price starts from $500 for design conversion into WordPress theme generation, We also provide WordPress installation and configuration services in addition. For a detailed quote please fill in and submit the form below.

It is best if you can provide us with low resolution images of your designs which you want converted into a WordPress Theme, so that w may quote you an accurate price for the job.

What you get from our PSD to WordPress Service?

  • Hand-coded W3C Valid XHTML/CSS
  • Widget based sidebars for full customization
  • Optimized code for search engines which helps in SEO efforts
  • You own the theme! It’s yours to use as you want
  • Cross Browser Compatibility Check
  • A fast and reliable service

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