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Convert PSD Files To WordPress Themes

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WordPress themes are enhance the look and feel of the blog and kudos to all those theme developers who spend time to dish out those wonderful themes.

However not all Photoshop designers are developers and they eventually require help to convert a PSD file to an actual WordPress theme.

Divine PSD to WordPress Themes is a excellent plugin for Photoshop users that will help you convert your PSD file to a theme without any development efforts.

So what are you waiting for? Now it is more than easy to release your themes to the world, and don’t forget to add you themes to the Theme News section on WLTC so that we can feature it in our theme releases.

Download Divine Plugin for Photoshop

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  1. Tadd Mencer (9 comments.) says:

    Wait .. this sounds too awesome. What’s the catch!?

    I’ll be checkin this monster out very very soon.

  2. Samir Kamble (9 comments.) says:

    OMG what is this any kind of impossible thing. I am straight away gonna have my hands on it. Will share experience about it soon here..

  3. Daniel Brusilovsky (2 comments.) says:

    This is a must for any designer! Great find!

    • Carl Hancock says:

      Learn how to code. That’s a must for any web designer.

    • mercime says:

      A web designer worth his/her own salt, knows how to code and does not rely on a plugin like this one to create a theme.

  4. Carl Hancock says:

    What’s the catch? The likely catch would be poorly put together code.

    I haven’t used it yet, but i’ve never seen a front end code generator that actually produces good markup.

  5. Tadd Mencer (9 comments.) says:

    Catch:

    You can only use one grid for this “free” version – which is beta. Which means you can only make something laid out in one style.

    I’ve also not really been able to get their elements to work … honestly, I think I’ll stick to hand coding until they get their bugs worked out.

    Unfortunately I’m sure they’ll use a free beta to get their bugs worked out and then charge quite a bit for a ‘real’ version that we could actually use. Quite a bummer.

  6. Webdev (11 comments.) says:

    Automated things are not too efficient and optimized, but it’s a great to have such a plugin :) Although hand coded websites have cleaner code for future development, but for prototyping it will be useful!
    Thank you!

  7. Bru says:

    Limitations
    For the free version has some limitations. More with them, you can find here.

    Error, Error, Error, Error, Error, Error, Error, Error, Error, Error…

  8. Tan The Man (37 comments.) says:

    I think Chuck Norris would like this…

  9. brajesh (2 comments.) says:

    This photoshop plugin is not recommended for any one.
    There are several things misleading.
    1.On the site,It never says anything about the limitation of free plugin(There is no paid plugin from them till now),but once you download and install,It will show a limitation of resolution(not more than 740px i think).
    That’s just fooling,as gone are the days for such narrower designs.
    Another disadvantage is the generated codes.They are not optimized.
    I will advise ,better learn codex and do your theme by hand,much control,much flexibility and optimize as much as you can.

    • Tadd Mencer (9 comments.) says:

      They do actually state in their “limitations’ that you have limits. Your site is limited to be no smaller than 740×1000 and no larger than 1000×2000.

      This plugin could be, in the future, something worth while but in it’s current configuration I think it’s a waste of time to figure out and play with.

  10. arramuse (1 comments.) says:

    I’ve been try out, but, that’s tool is doesn’t work !!

  11. Divine Team (1 comments.) says:

    First of all, Divine Team gives their thanks to everyone who paid attention to our product.

    We’ve already done a lot, and the main task now is constant improvement and development. At this initial stage bugs, troubles and misunderstandings are normal.

    Launching the Free version, we wanted to let you see what the program corresponds, how it works and what it actually does.

    Please don’t worry about the bugs – we take each of them into consideration due to your comments, remarks and constructive criticism.

    If you have something to say or suggest, feel free to visit our forum: http://www.ideastrunk.com/divine/

    And remember the main thing – all we do is done for you, guys.
    Sincerely yours, Divine Team.



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