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HTML Slicing Service

HTML slicing can be accomplished by a professional service.

Basically, PSD slicing to HTML is a section taken from a Photo Shop document that has been converted into the hypertext markup language that browsers are capable of interpreting. This conversion sequence helps to make it easier for people to develop web pages, especially when it comes to completing very difficult layouts. Doing this kind of work graphically is often easier than doing it in a hand-coded environment.

Slicing for Power Users

That being said PSD slicing to HTML will still produce code, so it’s pretty useful to have at least a working knowledge of it before getting too deeply involved. Anyone who wants to do some HTML slicing of his or her own will have to understand how the code works. For instance, imagine that there is a slice that will ultimately become a GIF. This might need to be placed into some kind of structure on a web page.

Accurate and Fast Retyping

Setting up a table might be a good way to put this HTML slice into a layout. For example:

<table width=”300″ border=”0″ cellspacing=”0″ cellpadding=”0″>

<tr>

<td><img src=”slice1.gif” width=”5″ height=”5″></td>

<td background=”slice2.gif” width=”290″ height=”10″></td>

<td><img src=”slice3.gif” width=”5″ height=”5″></td>

</tr>

This would help to build up a sort of table around it. This could go on for quite some time, especially considering those types of situations where a particularly large amount of content is concerned. If textual content were added later, it would probably have to be inserted with the usual HTML commands to do that sort of thing. This can actually be helpful in some situations. If there were already a great deal of marked up text from a different project it could be merged in. Some tools exist to do this automatically, but it isn’t hard to do so by hand anyway.

Hiring a Slicer

Services exist to help users with problems that can be corrected by slicing HTML, and contacting said experts might help to save a substantial amount of time. By getting in touch with these experts people can solve a plethora of problems. That’s because they have technical experience that normal computer users might otherwise lack.