Faster website development
# October 25, 2008 at 2:06 am
I’m tired of writing web pages from scratch eg.
<html> … <head> .. <body> ..
I am wondering if some more experienced coders here can recommend some tricks to go from PSD to website much faster.
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I think everyone has templates. I have templates that have all the code in them all ready. they include the doctype, css links, jquery links. so all I got to do is open it up and add the code for the body. I don’t think there is a faster way.# October 25, 2008 at 3:07 am
Chris just wrote an article on that: http://css-tricks.com/what-are-the-benefits-of-using-a-css-framework/# November 7, 2008 at 7:10 am"cybershot" wrote:I think everyone has templates. I have templates that have all the code in them all ready. they include the doctype, css links, jquery links. so all I got to do is open it up and add the code for the body. I don’t think there is a faster way.
I’ve only been coding from scratch for 2 months, if that, and I already have a standard HTML, CSS and PHP site that I jut edit to suit the client.# November 7, 2008 at 7:36 am
I usually go and reuse alot of my css scripts instead of re-writing it. Like if I had a 3 column site i’d copy that part of the css from another site i did a 3 or 2 column layout in and just tweak it to fit.
I’m trying to do like psd2html the 8 hour coding thing.
I’ve been trying to code in a new fashion (for me) by placing all the <div elements in the html first then styling them.
Its proving to bring some difficulties but I’ll keep on working at it :)
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