Now you can make Drupal Themes from your Photoshop Designs in seconds. This is the first page of the psd2css Online Drupal Theme Test website.
Build a Drupal Theme in Photoshop, name some layers for the content that Drupal will provide, convert the PSD file to a fully functional Drupal (version 6.x) Theme, copy it into your existing Drupal install and it works.
You can define layers by naming them exactly (the whole name, not just the portions that start with underscore) as 'left_drupal' for the left column content, 'content_drupal' for the main content section, 'right_drupal' for the right column content, 'primarylinks_drupal' for the primary links menu items and 'secondarylinks_drupal' for the secondary links menu items.
Here is the PSD file used to make the theme for this site:
The 'Which CMS Should Be Next: Joomla vs. WordPress' Poll Is Over!
The poll was a dead tie at 75 to 75 as of today. But it doesn't matter anymore, because now you can make Joomla templates too! It works pretty much the same as the Drupal features - just name your layers content_joomla, left_joomla, etc. instead. Here is the example Joomla install:
Made a number of Drupal improvements. Themes created at psd2css Online now install to the correct place for Drupal 6.x. Also, an ugly workaround that was in place to force availability of the jquery library to all pages has been replaced with the correct way to notify Drupal that a give page (all pages in our case) need jquery loaded.
Joomla is next!
We have a new feature and video tutorial to go with it. Now you can create custom regions in your Drupal Theme and psd2css Online will generate all the code needed to use it. Check it out: