PSD to WordPress conversion | We’ll help you!

PSD to WordPress conversion | We’ll help you!

PSD to WP – get a quote today!


PSD to WordPress → We will solve it!

Do you want to transform your current website in order for it to work with WordPress? It may sound difficult, but it’s not. We’ll solve it by transforming your current website to a PSD file, after which we’ll convert it to a fully functional theme in WordPress.


We are happy to help you through the whole process of converting your PSD to WordPress, irregardless if you want to create a new WordPress site or already have a WP site today.


What does it mean to convert PSD to WordPress?

PSD is an abbreviation of Photoshop Design. Photoshop is the software that most designers and developers use when creating websites and apps. PSD to WordPress refers to the process of converting a design file from for example Figma or Photoshop, to a functioning WordPress theme.


How does converting PSD to WordPress work?

You’ll first have to cut the PSD file, after which you’ll encode the file, creating a WordPress template in index.html and adding tags. This process is complex if you do not have any experience in coding. We therefore recommend hiring a professional developer to do the heavy lifting.


We can help you create fully functional and responsive WordPress pages that are based on your PSD file. Below, we’ll describe how we can help you do this in greater detail.


Tip: We convert PSD to Gutenberg, Elementor and Generatepress.


Cut the PSD file

The first thing we do when making a conversion from PSD to WordPress is to cut the PSD file. This means that we will divide the file into several smaller files, which reduces it in size and converts the files into a web-friendly format. So you can’t create a theme from one design file.


This process is usually performed via Adobe Photoshop or similar editing software. There, select the “Bit tool” under “Crop” and hold down the left mouse button while dragging the arrow over the area you want to segment. Regardless of which program you’ll use, you should get high quality image files.


Encode the files

Once we have cut the PSD file, we will help you transform the files to a single zip file. In the top folder we will then find three sub folders; css, font and js. Those folders contain so-called responsive web design. After that we need to encode the files in these folders which in turn means that we will convert the PSD portion of the code to HTML code instead.


Create a WordPress template in index.html

After converting PSD to HTML, we will divide these files into several php files according to the file structure that fits the theme you have chosen to use in WordPress. Each template consists of a certain number of php and other program files such as style.css, sidebar.php, 404.php, index.php, footer.php and so on.


WordPress tags

Finally, we’ll make your custom theme in WordPress by adding tags to the template. These tags will give your theme custom features which will fit nicely for your particular template. Tags are a useful way to gather related information so visitors can find your site in an easy manner..


How much does it cost to hire a developer to convert PSD to WordPress?

The cost for a developer to help you convert PSD to WordPress usually varies depending on how multifaceted the project is. By that statement, we mean that the number of pages on your new website determines how complex, and in turn how time consuming the project becomes for us.


Read more: Many customers who work with affiliate marketing choose to order PSD to WordPress websites from us. Much thanks to the flexibility and the reasonable price point.


If you want to know more about what determines our pricing and what it would cost to let us convert your PSD files to WordPress, please contact us today.


We at LoopLabz will gladly help you with the conversion from PSD to WordPress using custom code, or to a template within WordPress such as Elementor, Gutenberg or GeneratePress.


Frequently asked questions about converting PSD to WordPress

For those of you who are new to coding, the information we have given you about PSD to WordPress conversions may sound complicated, perhaps even confusing. Therefore, we strongly believe that you have questions and/or concerns.


Below you will find answers to the most common questions regarding how you’ll transform a PDF file to a functional WordPress website. And with a little luck, perhaps we’ll answer all of your questions.


Is it difficult to convert PSD to HTML?

It is difficult to start coding if you don’t have a general idea regarding what the final template will look like. Our best tip is for you to experiment a bit first in Photoshop until you have come up with a design you are happy with. After that, you can start the coding process.


How long does it take to convert PSD to HTML?

Some companies claim that they can complete the process of converting PSD to HTML in a couple of hours. But since the final template should be pixel-perfect, it is not possible to complete the transformation in such a short timespan. Professional developers need at least 8 hours.


Anything less than that, and the end quality of the project suffers.


Is PSD an open format?

No, you can only open PSD-files in dedicated apps that recognize that particular format. While other formats such as PNG, JPG and BMP can be opened in almost any image editing software, PSD is usually harder to open. However, if you do not have Photoshop, there are other options for you.


Gimp and PhotoScape X are two competent alternatives, but most people prefer Photothop even though the price tag is a bit steep.


Read more: A professionally and fast website is a part of a well implemented conversion optimization strategy.


Do PSD to WordPress conversions end up in a responsive theme?

Yes, most PSD to WordPress service providers do offer PSD to WordPress theme conversions that are responsive. If you end up with a non responsive web page after a PSD to WordPress conversion, either the devs or the graphic designer made huge errors. Sometimes both.

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