In today's video tutorial, we'll be slicing up a PSD, dicing it for the web, and serving it on a warm hot plate. Our design sports a neat "Web 2.0" feel and comes courtesy of Joefrey from ThemeForest.net. Be sure to visit his profile if you have the chance.
Step 1: Writing the Markup
Step 2: Coding the CSS
The PSD Snapshot
The HTML/CSS Snapshot
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