#13: Converting a Photoshop Mockup: Part Two, Episode Two

In Episode Two of this series, we continue on with the structure of the site. In Photoshop, we create the three different states of the menu, then slice them up and use the CSS sprites technique to create the rollover and "on" states for the tabs. We then create the main content area and footer.

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  1. saki
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    Usually i am afraid to try out Css but after seeing your screen cast for 2 to 3 times i am trying to to do Css thankyou for motivating me

  2. Gabriel Merovingi
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    great movie dude.
    keep up the good work.

  3. Sam Nicholson
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    Please, how can you centered the unordered list?

  4. Costel
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    Great tutorials! Thanks for the good work !
    I was wondering on this video, when you used text-indent: -9999px to hide the text, isn’t this a bad practice with search engines? To hide text? I think it’s better not to mention it at all, rather then hide it.
    What do you think?

  5. Abhilash
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    Costal, The hidden text is revealed properly in place when a bowser is set with image display set to off state..

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