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We are hosting a PSD to XHTML/CSS contest kindly oferred by fe coding.

If you designed your own theme in a graphics software such as Adobe Photoshop, but you don’t have the required skills to turn it into a perfectly valid XHTML/CSS theme, you have come to the right place.

The contest is as follows:

3 of my visitors (commentators) will receive a free PSD to XHTML conversion, 139$ value. The 1st, 5th and 15th visitor to post a comment on this post wins.

What could you comment about?

  • Have you ever coded your own Photoshop-built theme?
  • Is it worth it?
  • What do you think about outsourcing this side of your work?

The contest has ended, and, due to a massive lack of comments and some trouble with the commenting system, we have only one winner.

He will get contacted these days. Thank you!

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4 thoughts on “PSD To XHTML/CSS Contest

  1. This is most unexpected, as I was just talking to a friend of mine to do some PSD2XHTML work, and he kept saying he’s busy.

    I have a simple template drawn in Photoshop, and I have someone to code it form into a small CMS. However, your services may prove useful, especially if free :D

    Waiting for your response.

  2. i had once tried to code myself but in btw i had to leave it, cos i messed it all. Then i outsourced it. They did pretty satisfying job.

  3. even I used to go it myself but then projects started piling up and I also started to outsourcing my work to xhtml.pixelcrayons
    They too do pretty good job.

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