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Our listing includes a number of excellent PSD to HTML conversion websites. Some provide a variety of different services, while others have core competencies in one or two areas of specialty.

Any one of them is in a position to make your development project a bit easier for you; quite a bit easier in many cases. Most offer conversions to Responsive code, a service that is rapidly growing in importance, especially for those who own or maintain a commercial website that needs to cater more heavily to the mobile crowd.

In any event, what you will find here generally covers the bases as far as converting design to code is concerned. It is our hope that you will find something of benefit to you, but in the off-chance you do not be sure to visit us again. We upgrade our list periodically in an effort to always bring the latest and greatest to your attention.

PSD To Manythings

The need for Responsive HTML code is becoming a must in the world of Ecommerce, as the search engines are beginning to divert more attention on the needs of mobile device users. One of PSD to Manythings core competencies is the ability to quickly and precisely convert your Photoshop design into Responsive HTML. This software development company is just a little over 3 years old, yet it has already established itself as one of the premier companies of its kind in the industry.
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  • Pure CSS graphics are some of the most interesting advancements in modern web design. Although there isn’t a wide net of browser support, CSS3 can now render icons and graphics using nothing but code. This may not be useful in every project but for those who love CSS it’s a fun way to design new ideas. You might even try blending these codes into a code builder like IMCreator. Feel free to copy and edit these free CSS code snippets which are perfect for building graphics out of nothing but HTML and CSS code.


    pure css santa claus graphic

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    Whether you’re a CSS rookie or frontend virtuoso, frameworks can be used effectively during the early stages of development. Crafting a website from scratch is sometimes useful and oftentimes necessary. But it’s not the only solution in this wacky open source wonderland.

    I’ve put together a large handful of free open source CSS frameworks related to every topic including mobile design, grid design, UI kits, animations, and typography. A good framework can be truly beneficial when you need to finish a project real quick and don’t have a need to hand-code everything from scratch. Take a look over some of these CSS libraries and see if you could try anything in future design work.


    topcoat open source css framework webapps

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    With a growing number of web choices, it’s no wonder that web designers pay great attention to the aesthetic part of their work.

    Nevertheless, a website needs more than just great looks – its success depends on cross-browser compatibility, user friendliness, high loading speed and good content. Unless you know your way with coding, the best solution would be the conversion of the Photoshop mockup by means of a PSD to HTML service. Here follows a list of top fifteen solutions for 2014.

    CSS Chopper

    CSS Chopper

    By far, the CSSChopper deserves great appreciation and warm recommendations. A NASSCOM-certified service provider, CSSChopper is currently providing services in over 90 countries, in the four corners of the globe. The company owns an impeccable infrastructure and promises to deliver 100% satisfaction guarantee.
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  • Web designers have easy access to loads of freebies on the Internet. Both website layouts and mobile applications can benefit from these free resources. Focusing directly on interfaces can help new designers understand the basics of page structure and color schemes.

    This gallery includes a number of free buttons released as PSD graphics and HTML/CSS code snippets. Buttons are useful in practically every website or mobile app. Take a look over some of these examples and try using the best ones in your next project.

    Clean Popup UI

    clean popup ui design button psd

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    CSS galleries are beautiful resources for getting inspired & promoting the websites we created.

    In order to submit websites to these galleries, you need to:

    • have a list of the galleries
    • know which ones are more popular
    • browse all of them one-by-one


    MeeCSS is a free web-based application which eases this process. It is not an automated submission system which would not be ethical.

    It simply asks you to fill the information that will be required (name, e-mail, website address, etc.) & with the help of an iframe, you can submit to the galleries one-by-one by copy-pasting the fields you had filled.

    It also displays to CSS galleries sorted by pageranks & enables you to select which galleries to submit.

    P.S. it would be much easier if the selected fields were auto-selected (or better: auto-copied).

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  • pForm is a web-based & free HTML form builder application for creating good looking forms easily.

    It offers various color schemes to get started & enables you to design your form with an Ajaxed interface.

    Online HTML Form Builder

    Any type of form objects (text fields, checkboxes, dropdowns, file upload fields, etc.) can be added & every field can be customized (field label, type, size..).

    Once the form design is completed, it can be previewed & ready-to-use HTML/CSS files can be downloaded as a .zip file.

    To get amazing features like saving entries to database, input validation & much more, you can check the commercial product of the service: MachForm.

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  • Controlling layouts with CSS is a big subject these days as after dropping the table support, it is clear that the current capabilities of CSS is not enough to develop complex & flexible layouts with ease.

    There is CSS Template Layout Module which offers exciting features but it is in a draft status.

    Until we get those new features, there are various solutions that are developed with jQuery to manipulate page layouts for faster & cross-browser results.

    Here is a collection of 6 jQuery plugins to manage page layouts easily:

    jQuery Masonry

    jQuery Layout Plugin

    Masonry is like the flip side of CSS floats. Floats arrange elements horizontally then vertically, Masonry arranges them vertically then horizontally. And the result is no vertical gaps between elements of varying height.

    The plugin is almost totally managed with CSS rules. It uses jQuery’s outerWidth() and innerWidth() methods to calculate the margins & paddings of elements.


    jQuery UI Layout Plugin

    This is a plugin to create desktop-like layouts. It can b used to create any UI look from simple headers or sidebars, to a complex application with toolbars, menus, help-panels, status bars, sub-forms & more.



    The library provides three layout algorithms:

    • border, which lays out components in five different regions
    • grid, which lays out components in a user defined grid
    • flex-grid which offers a grid with flexible column and row sizes.


    jQuery CSS Layout

    The plugin aims to offer a similar functionality with the CSS Template Layout Module (which is currently in a draft status).

    The script simply parses the mentioned CSS rules & displays the content accordingly.


    jQuery Column Plugin

    The plugin automatically converts any content into a newspaper-like column format.

    A default clumn widt or a static number of columns can be defined & the rest is almost done by itself.


    jQuery Equal Heights

    Creating equal height boxes or content holders is mostly a challenge with CSS. The plugin makes this process easy by simply calling a function.

    Vladimir Carrer, who also created the Emastic & Malo CSS frameworks has a fresh framework named Golden Grid.

    It is a web grid system, that is totally focused on grid-based designs (not a complete CSS framework).

    Golden Grid CSS Framework

    Golden Grid uses float:left approach for building grids rather than positions.

    It is a 6/12 column grid system with a 970px main width. Total file size is <1kb when compressed.

    To read more about it, you can check his blog post announcing the framework.

    SenCSs is a CSS framework that doesn’t provide a layout system but aims to take care of the rest, like:

    • fonts & font-sizes
    • paddings
    • margins
    • colors,
    • tables & lists
    • headers, blockquotes and what more..

    SenCSs CSS Framework
    has support for forms which helps presenting them nicely (better form support is on the way).


    There are also styles for elements like errors, warnings or success messages which are parts of a standard web application.

    SenCSs, although being fresh & currently in development, is a nice base to start with & improve depending on your needs.

    An example HTML file can be found here.

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