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Converting a Static HTML Site into a WordPress Theme- Part 2

by Jason Gonzalez

Posted in Categories: Articles, Tutorials

30
Jun
2013

Original publish date: 2010 Introduction This tutorial will be the fourth and final tutorial in a series. It follows three previous tutorials: Creating a Fancy Website Layout in Gimp 2.6, How To Slice Up Graphics for XHTML and CSS and Converting a Static HTML Site into a WordPress Theme- Part 1. In the last tutorial, […]






Creating a Fancy Website Layout in Gimp 2.6

by Jason Gonzalez

Posted in Categories: Articles, Tutorials

23
Jun
2013

Original publish date: 8 January, 2010 I wrote this tutorial to state that you don’t have to use Photoshop to create a graphically rich web layout. Photoshop obviously is a great, multi-purpose design tool, but you can create just as good designs with the free Gimp as well. The main purpose of the tutorial is […]






Converting a Static HTML Site into a WordPress Theme- Part 1

by Jason Gonzalez

Posted in Categories: Articles, Tutorials

16
Jun
2013

Original published date: 16, May 2010 This tutorial is the third in a series. To see the first sections, use these links below: Creating a Fancy Website Layout in Gimp 2.6, and How To Slice Up Graphics for XHTML and CSS. This tutorial is now outdated. To get the latest tutorial, see the page Blue Green […]






How To Slice Up Graphics for XHTML and CSS

by Jason Gonzalez

Posted in Categories: Articles, Tutorials

31
May
2013

Original published date: 13, January 2010 In this tutorial, we will learn how to slice up and save graphics to be used as CSS background images in an XHTML page. This tutorial is part of a series. I would advise readers to follow the previous tutorial in this series, Creating a Fancy Web Layout in […]






Blue Green Blast Tutorial is Now Updated for WordPress 3.0

by Jason Gonzalez

Posted in Categories: Premium

6
Jan
2012

If you followed the former Squidoo tutorial series beginning with Creating a Fancy Website Layout in Gimp 2.6 and ending with Converting a Static HTML Site into a WordPress Theme- Part 2, you may know that these tutorials are out of date. Even though they are comprehensive, they leave out current best coding practices and […]