1. What is PSD to HTML?
This is a very popular term that means converting web site design into template pages.
2. When I send custom fonts, what format should I send them in?
Please send all custom fonts in TTF format. This will make our life easier when it comes to converting them to support different web browsers.
3. What file formats should I send you?
We prefer PSD (Photoshop) files, but you can send us almost anything you can think of, from JPEG to PSD.
We have created template pages out of JPEGs, GIFs, PNGs, PPTs, PSDs, AIs, InDesign files, PDFs and more.
4. What browsers do you support?
We test and validate all of your template pages with the latest versions of the most popular web browsers, which will cover about 99% of your visitors.
We test with Internet Explorer 8+, Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari on both Windows and Mac operating systems.
For an additional fee that’s based on our hourly rate, we can also make your web site compatible and accessible with older browsers.
5. Do you do responsive layouts? What devices do you support?
Yes, we offer responsive layouts and we test with some of the most popular cell phones and tablets on the market, including iPhone, iPad, Nexus, Samsung and others.
6. Can you work with our in-house HTML and CSS framework?
Yes, we have worked with clients that had their in-house frameworks. We are skillful and can adapt very quickly to your coding style. Please contact us for more details about your project needs.
8. What do I do with the files I downloaded?
We can suggest options and help you with your web site hosting after all, that’s the reason having a web site.
Please contact us for more details.
9. Can I see samples of your framework HTML and CSS file templates?
Yes. Here are the two files we use to start each project. They save us some time so we don’t have to write the same code every time.