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CodeManiac says

I tried to follow some tutorials to code my own psd template, I am so desperate that I can not learn it. Maybe it’s because my template has some hard things to code such as slider, I’ll try 960grid. Hope this helps.

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saramw08 says

I tried to follow some tutorials to code my own psd template, I am so desperate that I can not learn it. Maybe it’s because my template has some hard things to code such as slider, I’ll try 960grid. Hope this helps.

Wow, I would start by learning straight, simple HTML code and then work up from there. I first learned HTML in the mid-’90s from viewing the code of other websites and following tutorials, because there was hardly anything good you could do with a site back then unless you knew CGI and Perl or something like that. If I had no web coding skills at all and ventured onto NetTuts+ today, I’d be totally over my head.

After getting really good with HTML and then CSS (at least the basics), then look into using a CSS framework. People who know how to code and work with tags can make a decent site with Blueprint of 960.gs without having to fiddle with setting up CSS columns code.

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