This PSD file will demo a One-Pager WordPress Theme with custom Admin options. This PSD uses CSS media queries for 2 target screens with along with responsive assets generated from a single file. The nature of WordPress allows for advanced features such as dynamic content. Your design can utilize any native WordPress function, along with all features found in our PSD to HTML conversion.
This example use 2 target screens to create a responsive design to match a desktop and tablet layout. The layout of the webpage will auto-layout to match the given CSS media query. Each media query is generate from the PSD design using Responsive Screen Tags.
- 600px (tablet)
- 1200px (desktop)
Any WordPress developer can tell you the average time it takes to code a custom PSD to WordPress Theme. This process can take anywhere from a week for a simple theme, or up to several months for a complex WP theme with custom styles, options, and theme pages. Export Kit does all this and more, in a couple of minutes.
Nav Menus are a group of anchor links used to direct users to both internal and external pages. Nav Menus are involved in all common designs for both websites and applications.
Export Kit allows you to fully customize your web forms and data to create data-driven websites in a matter of minutes, without coding.
Images, Shapes and Text
This sample uses various layer types including folders, images, shapes, text, smart objects and more to create a practical PSD design for a res
Effects and Styles
This sample uses various layer effects and styles to achieve the optimal layout. Effects are used in most common project designs and are easily managed with Export Kit.
Layout and Overflow
With Export Kit you can align your page output and hide the content overflow to create both Flush and Fluid layouts.
Testing the PSD
Use Exports View to render the WordPress theme, then upload to your server and test. You will need to activate each theme with a fresh install.
Using Exports View
Export the PSD in your required environment to see how shapes are rendered in your output.