On Nov 29, 2005, at 5:26 AM, [EMAIL-REMOVED] wrote:
> When engaging a client my design team will for provide still image
> created via Photoshop to the
> client. Once the client accepts the design the design person will use
> Adobe ImageReady to produce
> HTML cut-ups. As you can guess the content of the pages is all nested
> table. ...
> I'm a big champion of CSS especially for layout. But for the
> non-programmer type designers they
> really want/need a tool that will facilitate this. Is there such a
SiteGrinder (http://www.medialab.com/sitegrinder/) from Media Lab is a
tool that does this. SiteGrinder takes layered Photoshop designs and
outputs them as working CSS pages. However, as it uses absolute
positioning for page elements, it may or may not be a perfect solution
on its own. But as part of an overall workflow that starts in
Photoshop, you might find it useful. A demo of this Photoshop plug-in
is available. The company also produces a nifty Dreamweaver extension
for quickly making rounded corner doodads of all types.
Good luck. ...pt
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