Photoshop’s New CSS Capabilities

By Paul Trani on December 11, 2012 in Creative Cloud, Photoshop
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Learn how the latest update of Photoshop for Creative Cloud members allows users to create CSS from Photoshop designs.

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7 Comments

  1. Ben Waller December 12, 2012 Reply

    Hi Paul,
    I’m not hearing any audio. Was there meant to be with this video?

  2. Pete December 13, 2012 Reply

    Thanks for this – shame the CSS can’t keep any layer effects! – that would have been REALLY impressive.

  3. Ross December 13, 2012 Reply

    Good to see, but wouldn’t it be faster and more efficient to just export the whole layered photoshop file out as HTML5 rather than doing a layer one by one?

    I guess I’m thinking along the lines of how you can export out sliced images and their html straight from Photoshop.

    Or is it early days and this will be done in the near future?

    Thanks

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      Paul Trani December 19, 2012 Reply

      This is our first incarnation of it, so it will only get better. I guess I like the way it is currently because you really are paying attention to what you’re exporting. Rather than doing a huge “dump” of CSS and HTML. It’s more selective now. But it can be better. So I guess I’m excited to see it evolve too.
      Thanks for watching!

  4. Khaled December 18, 2012 Reply

    Is this update availble now ?

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