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PSD to WordPress

Posted on February 26, 2014 by Blog Design Journal

WordPress is a free, Web-based software program that anyone can use to build and maintain a website or blog. It was originally intended as an easy way to set up a blog. But, thanks to the efforts of a large “open source” community of WordPress programmers working to extend and improve its capabilities, WordPress has become much more than just a tool for bloggers. WordPress is written in PHP and uses a MySQL database. Noted for its rich features, WordPress “Themes” provide numerous templates from which to choose a suitable look and feel. WordPress also enables non-blog content to be included, and it imports other blog publishing formats.

Currently WordPress is one of the most popular web blogging software. It is the most common choice for blog users because it provides:

  • Ease of use and versatility: WordPress is suitable for just about anybody – from the absolute novice to the advanced programmer.
  • Feature-rich interface: WordPress has a rich text editor with advanced multimedia support.
  • Expandable: WordPress’s community distributes a large number of modules for almost any popular website feature.
  • Open Source: It is free to install and use.

While, PSD is a proprietary file format used to create and edit images in Adobe Photoshop. It is a widely accepted format as it supports all available image types – Bitmap, RGB, Duotone, Grayscale, Indexed Color, CMYK, Lab, and Multichannel.

The maximum size of a PSD file (with file extension of ‘.psd’) is 30,000×30,000 pixels and may be saved with 16 bits per color channel. PSD image files may be opened with Adobe Photoshop or Photoshop Elements on Windows; and Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, or Apple Preview on Mac OS.

PSD format for any particular website is definitely not an easy task. Moreover, in PSD format the data organization can become very time consuming. Therefore, for easy accessibility of data and to improve file management PSD to WordPress conversion is very important.

Basically, conversion from PSD to WordPress is very complex and tedious process. As PSD to WordPress conversion services require deep knowledge, experience and skills to perform this task in an effective and efficient way is the need of the hour.

 

Original Author: Anjali Agrawal Full Bio

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