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  • 1. The Steps to Convert PSD Templates to WordPress ThemeWordPress is the most popular content management system in the world, thanks to its functionality and user-friendliness. However, thefree templates that one gets along with WordPress and other websites don’t add to the brand value of your business. Thus, mostbusinesses opt for PSD to WordPress conversion as this gives them distinctive and customized website. WordPress theme developersdesign the website from scratch, keeping in mind the niche requirements of your business. You can achieve a PSD to WordPress website infour easy steps. Here are the steps involved in converting a PSD file to WordPress theme.1.Image Slicing – The first step in the conversion process starts with slicing the PSD image. Here the image is sliced into different sectionssuch as the footer, header, navigation panel, etc. Each and every element should be saved as a separate image in different layer withappropriate file names. Since these elements have different functionality in the final website they need to be separated and codedaccordingly. The slicing should be done carefully and precisely to ensure you achieve pixel perfect conversion where the website matchesthe PSD image to the last pixel.2.PSD to HTML – After the slicing process is over you start with the most important step in PSD to WordPress theme conversion. This isdone to make the sliced images web compatible as PSD files cannot be directly uploaded to a web server. Here the designer converts thePSD files manually into HTML/XHTML markup using semantic coding technique, this will ensure your website is search engine friendly. Thecodes should undergo W3C validation as this will help you get rid of the errors which may harm the performance of your website.3.PSD to CSS – Once the HTML/XHTML coding is done, to complement it you need to convert PSD to CSS. Cascading Style Sheet lendsuniformity to the website as most of the visual attributes such as fonts, color scheme and image characteristics are defined here. CSSseparates the content from the design element and helps you achieve lighter web pages providing visitors with a pleasing experience. Thisalso makes your website cross-browser compatible helping you reach out to a larger audience.4.WordPress Integration – This is the last and the final step in PSD to WordPress conversion. Here the HTML and CSS elements areintegrated into the WordPress admin, which allows webmasters to manage the website using a web-based interface without touching thecodes. During the integration process WordPress CMS will automatically create the directories and paths for the website. You can alsointegrate third-party plugins if required in this step.To get the most out of a PSD to WordPress theme you need to hire the services of WordPress theme developers having a proven trackrecord. Amateurish work can hurt your brand name and kill the purpose of the website. The developers you hire should manually code thewebsite as software generated codes are heavy and contain errors which may affect the performance of your website.