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website layouts.

website layouts.

website layouts.

Hi i recently just got Paint Shop Pro X2 and i was wondering if anybody knew of any places i could go to find tutorials on how to build website layouts. i've searched google but i've found dead ends most of the time. any help would be appreciated.

RE: website layouts.

Basically the layouts are built through XHTML and CSS, and you use the element positioning techniques to place the graphics that you create inside PSP into the web page.
It's like if you created the layout on a piece of paper, then cut bits and pieces of each element, and then placed them back using glue and tape.
So what I'm saying is: go for tutorials related to XHTML and CSS (non-PSP related) to understand how websites are built ;)
Meanwhile, go for general tutorials on how to create graphics and effects in PSP so that in the end you can combine everything together.

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