It is great that you are working with a design package to create a mockup for your website. However, it is only a mockup and you still need to do the hard work yourself. You can use the Photoshop images for backgrounds etc, but that is as far as it goes.
Have a look here http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/site-builds/from-psd-to-html-building-a-set-of-website-d esigns-step-by-step/ to see the work that goes into creating a web page from a graphics program.
Please keep in mind, if there was an easier way, the author (an expert) of the article would have found it.
thanks gramps. plz let me know.
I think all webdesigner is do similar way? In any chance another way to present our client to first layout.
PSD is sometimes presented to the client. If they approve the design, then we set out to re-build it with HTML & CSS.
When I am designing with a designer, I ask him for a .PSD file with all of the layers. What I send to my client is a .PDF file so that my client, who often cannot open a .PSD file, will be able to look at it and determine if they like the design.
Then I begin with Dreamweaver to design the site based on the .PSD, using elements in the layers. Generally takes me a good day to crank out the first page, whereupon I will then have something for the client to approve as a working web page. When they approve that, I convert that to a Dreamweaver Template (DWT) and start churning out the website.
You may want to have a look at this framework http://foundation.zurb.com/prototyping.php for rapid prototyping of a web site.
You can use the images from PS, while the page is fully RWD (responsive web design).