Need help making Photoshop 7 psd file into web template.

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Ok I made a PSD file in photoshop 7 and I want to make it into a web template. How can I do this. I know people do it all the time I just dont know how to do it.
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This was the best help I could offer. I edited your subject to make it more relevent and moved it here. Hope that helps you get better answers.

You might also want to search this board a bit. I believe this has been asked before.
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Thanks alot. I will do a search also I'm just very busy.
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http://graphicdesign.about.com/library/tutorials/imageready/blslice.htm
http://www.eyesondesign.net/pshop/slicing/images.htm
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Yes..this is the best for you: http://www.eyesondesign.net/pshop/slicing/images.htm

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Check: good-tutorial.com.

collection of some very good tutorials of photoshop including what you need.
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I have searched all over the place and I cannot find the answer I need. I have purchased a template and when I edit the psd file and save for the web. I don't get what the original html file is.

http://www.residualguide.com/c4u/

The above page is what I'm trying to accomplish, but I've only came up with this.

http://www.residualguide.com/c4u/test/

There were several folders like psd, html, etc... The first link is what the designer provided. When I replaced images inside the template that is where things got very complicated.

I'm on a extremely low budget right now and this will be a good thing to learn anyway.

Notice on the first page there is the spacer images that extent to the edge of the screen. I'm trying to get that same effect on my own. Not digging into the html code and renaming the images 1 by 1.

I've tried Photoshop CS, ImageReady, FireworksMX.

Can someone please provide a detailed tutorial on when say someone purchases a template. Walk them through from beggingin to end on editing the template to exporting it so it's a finished website?

I know this isn't a complicated template, but a complicated tutorial mabye that has a little of everything would be good. :D

Thanks
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Well, maybe you should tell us more about the template. Does it already have slices in it? Or do you have to slice it up yourself? If you want that extended thing, my guess would be that there's no way around fumbling in the HTML later.
Let's see what we can do. First, answer my question about the slices. If you don't see slices and are not sure, try making them visible using the "view" menu. I only have a german Version, so I can't tell you the exact thing.
Good luck
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theres tons on google, thats were i learnt cs
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i'll give you a hint to get what you have as a webpage: Image Ready ;)

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