It wouldn’t be wrong to say that websites on the internet are competing with each other in a way athletes do in hundred meters’ race. If you have fallen down, there is no chance for you to win this race. In the same way, even the smallest mistake when creating a website could throw you behind in the competition, which is something you would never want. In order to stay in the competition and keep attracting visitors and customers to your business, you have to keep your website up and running. One of the ways to make your website affective is through the conversion of PSD to HTML.
There are services, such as Xhtmlchop, which provide an affordable conversion of PSD file formats to the most useful and practical HTML web pages today. We are a website design and website development company and we love to make websites. While you feel the happiness of having higher traffic volumes on the website, we cherish the moment when we see you contented with the results. The feeling of accomplishment in this case is just as big as the feelings of a businessman when he sees more and more visitors coming on his website.
However, before you give the task of converting your PSD files to HTML, you must know if there are any benefits in doing that. For sure there are many benefits of having your web pages in HTML format because they are more practical, useful and versatile than PSD files could ever be. A PSD page is pretty static and hefty which is the most discouraged thing when it comes to website designing and development. When your web pages are huge and lot of coding is present at the back end, your website gets slower and this brings your ranking down in the search engines as well.
In the same way, the images in your PSD format play no role at all when a search engine is trying to rank your website in the search results. On the other hand, the tags and attributes in HTML provide some text and content for search engines to read even with the images: hence, your images play a role in your website’s ranking as well. Moving on, the PSD files are not practical at all when it comes to using them as web pages. Why? Because a PSD file might open on one browser but unfortunately the entire world isn’t using just one browser.
Your HTML website can be opened on any browser and device with ease. It is free flowing and visitors feel relaxed while browsing on such a website. Therefore, not having a website that is practically productive to your business today could easily eject you out of the tough competition that all businesses are in today.