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    PSD file to create web template

    Dear All,

    recently i have download some web template, and the web template contain PSD file,

    according to my research, this PSD file may let me adjust the web template layout.

    Meaning A bit like WYSWYG editor. But i have edited the logo and wording in the PSD and save it as web, it does have much different

    ANy one know how to use this PSD file?
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    PSD is the Photoshop file. For the new modified image to be displayed you should edit the image with photoshop then save as image (jpeg, gif or png) .. right??

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    Yes, U cld modify them wv Photoshop, btw U can't save them as web page

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    just select where the part you've changed.
    save it as jpg / png or the same format as the one you wanted to replace.
    (make sure the size remain same, the position bla bla bla).

    btw, you need to know at least basic skill in photoshop.

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    u can save it and publish as web but i thnk u still cannot get the code...

    if u have many pages, u still cannot link from page to page...
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    Oh... I know can edit the picture there, but how bout the size, let said the logo only.

    in the PSD file, there are whole layout of the page, but after i edit the logo wording, how can i select only that part of logo?,

    if use select, cut and paste, the width and the height sure not the same as the image folder one rite?
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    Quote Originally Posted by calvynlee View Post
    in the PSD file, there are whole layout of the page, but after i edit the logo wording, how can i select only that part of logo?,
    you can use the lasso tools to select the region that you want copy out..
    or simply crop out the logo part you wanted and erase all thing that you don't want....


    Quote Originally Posted by calvynlee View Post
    if use select, cut and paste, the width and the height sure not the same as the image folder one rite?
    You need resize it first so that is the matches as the one you want to replace.

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    actually this is really2 easy thing for me to do.. not even reach 1 minute
    but it was really2 hard to explain / guide people how to do...

    Check the photoshop tools.. there's marquee / selection tool.. select the area..
    Edit - copy merged
    New - file - ok - paste
    File - save for web

    tadaaaa!

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    Easy to do. Follow mysticmind's instructions. If you get stuck, read the Photoshop help, where you can also learn how to split up an image and automatically create the code required to make it into a web page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calvynlee View Post
    Oh... I know can edit the picture there, but how bout the size, let said the logo only.

    in the PSD file, there are whole layout of the page, but after i edit the logo wording, how can i select only that part of logo?,

    if use select, cut and paste, the width and the height sure not the same as the image folder one rite?
    Actually you can edit the part u want then select a slice tool to slice out the image. Then click save for web or ctrl+alt+shift+S. Select the part u want and save the selected slice into either png or gif. for the size. It really not a big problem coz u can resize in photoshop also. It is depend on how you want it tobe displayed in your web.
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    i think you will need some html, css skill and photoshop skill to convert it to a web template

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    there are some mistake in my previous PSD file, no wonder i cant found any thing there... now i realize the PSD has build in the link, ....


    yes. there are some knowledge need to edit it...
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    You need to have some knowledge of Photoshop in order to edit the PSD file and slice it to HTML/CSS format.

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    does any website over the net provide this kind of tutorial?
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    Quote Originally Posted by calvynlee View Post
    does any website over the net provide this kind of tutorial?
    errm...
    youtube..
    search photoshop tutorial..

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