A Guide to the Basics of Responsive Web – The Trick Relies on Containers

Well, it is actually all about viewports, media queries, and containers. But yeah the trick is with organizing your design into sections then use containers. What is a Viewport? In technical theory, it is the viewing region in computer graphics. While in layman’s terms, it is the actual display area of the device that you are using. What is a Media Query? It is a CSS3 module allowing content rendering to adapt to conditions such as screen resolution (e.g. smartphone screen vs. computer screen). What containers are you pertaining to? The containers declared here are the HTML tags that would

Photoshop to HTML Conversion Tips

The success of any online business is determined by the website they use. Usually, before any website is launched, it all start with a mock-up (mostly created using Photoshop or Fireworks) which is later converted into a functioning website.  Converted PSD to HTML can lead the business to grow faster as it introduces the company to wider range of audience. Here are some tips that will help you convert PSD to HTML. Study the basic requirements Number one rule whenever starting a project is to always study the requirements. This is a very basic task but is sometimes overlooked which

Benefits of Converting PSD to WordPress

If you think that building a WordPress based website is only for viewing and letting people know that you exists, then think again because you might find yourself with countless benefits and features that you can use to make your business or organization grow. WordPress is one of the most popular CMS for creating both personal and professional websites. It offers different features that you can use for a simple website, to a dynamic one and to an e-commerce website. A WordPress based web design has many features and offers a lot of profits. Below are some of the benefits

PSD to WordPress Conversion Tips

Converting your Photoshop Design to a working and functional WordPress website has gained so much importance that most designers hire specialists or third-party companies to convert their designs. Their role is to make the design as a live and working WordPress website that are both appealing and interesting in order to make visitors stay and patronize their products and services. In our experience as a third-party company converting client PSD designs to WordPress, making clients/visitors to like the converted design plays a very crucial part as it needs a powerful and creative vision to convert PSD to WordPress such as

Cut down page load speed by using CSS Sprites

One of the reasons why sometimes a webpage takes a lot of time to load all contents is because of the tremendous HTTP requests which most of the time happens if the webpage you are trying to view contains a big amount of images to display. In order to lessen this problem, all you need to do is to use a CSS trick to cut back on HTTP requests to make the loading time faster. To help you visualize in a bigger picture, think of a series of images stacked together in one image and saved as a single file (such

Writing more with Less.js Part I

First time I heard about embedding logic on my style sheet, I was thrilled. Imagine being able to include control structures on top of CSS or select child elements simply by nesting them in a similar way to your markup. This isn’t something that I get to use in PSD to HTML conversion projects, nonetheless it’s cool to have it under our belt. Less.js (“LESS”) is an extension of CSS created by Alexis Sellier. It works by adding dynamic behavior to the style sheet language. With LESS you can declare variables, make arithmetic computations, construct functions, make classes (called “mixins”)