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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Birmingham, UK

    Content Expanding Website

    Hey All,

    I've basically made a PSD for a website that I'm looking to create. One thing I'm interested in doing though it making it able to expand to fit the amount of news content that is present (if that makes any sense).

    I just didn't feel like going for it without any idea's as I'm fairly new to slicing with only a few attempts under my belt.

    Also, what's the best way to code the website in XHTML once ive finished. Are there any tutorials at doing it using CSS or is it best to stick with tables.

    Any help is much appreciated.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    I would advise using CSS as it could be validated and better for web standards etc.

    There are a few good links on my forum -

    Other sites include:

    If you really want to learn CSS i would buy a book.

    Try to not slice the psd and extract as webpage as the code is very image intense and slow loading.

    I depends, when I design sites I always code the site and then build the images when i need them. This way you concentrate of good coding and you td to use not as many images.

    Hope this helps.


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