PSD to HTML services come in. They take your design files and convert them to code. PSDGator is one such service. In just two business days, they'll convert your PSD file into a coded page with valid CSS and XHTML. The finished product will look exactly how you designed it, without the headache of having to code it yourself. Today, you'll get the chance to win one of 10 prizes for PSD to HTML conversion (a value of $99 each!). Let's say you have your design finished, and now you need to turn it into a WordPress theme. No problem! PSDGator can create either for you, and still keep everything pixel-perfect. Doesn't matter whether the theme is for yourself or a client. PSDGator's markup will be pixel perfect, and look exactly like the original design file you sent. CSS classes are named intuitively, so it's easy for you to figure out the code and make changes to it in the future if you need to. The code is kept readable and easy to follow, and it's even properly indented and formatted. They offer a money back guarantee, so if you're not satisfied with the result, you'll get a refund. And on top of that, you'll also get thirty days of free technical support for your code. So you've really got nothing to lose by using PSDGator for your next design. While PSDGator offers plenty of off-the-shelf solutions, they can also do custom jobs for you. Need to use the 960 Grid System or Blueprint for your layout? No problem. Just get in touch with them for a custom quote. You can check out some examples of their work here.
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- Results will be posted here on WDD on April 25th, 2012
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