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Most people are able to design a website in Photoshop, but very few can transform the PSD file into a functional WordPress theme. In fact there are many online companies that make a good living by providing such design-to-code services. Besides that, you can convert PSD file to WordPress theme with PSDtoHTMLservice.com for money.

Well, there is a new project that is aiming to revolutionize that segment. Called Divine Project, those guy are basically creating a software that will transform PSD files into WordPress themes automatically and for free.

I haven’t tested it yet, but if they hold true to the promises it will be a pretty neat tool.

The software is currently in beta mode, and only available to the Windows platform. If you will or have already played with it, let us know how it worked out.


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Daniel Scocco is a programmer and entrepreneur located in São Paulo, Brazil. His first company, Online Profits, builds and manages websites in different niches. His second company, Kubic, specializes in developing mobile apps for the iOS and Android platforms.

  1. Why bother with this kind of software?
    I tried it and it can never be as effective as a handcoded design.
    Been handcoding WordPress templates for years now and it’s still the best and quickest way ?

    But ofcourse everybody is free to try.

    Goodluck

  2. For the moment, as you probably know Divine Free Edition (as a demo version of Divine plugin with limited functionality) is available for downloading and testing. We offer you this version to get acquainted with our product and its basic workflows. However, we are working at a new edition of the plugin – Divine Elemente (formerly Divine Personal) – the first paid edition. A large number of new features have been added to this edition. And you’ll be able to get evidence very soon that the quality of a code has been improved greatly in the paid edition.

    By the way, the release date of Divine Elemente will be announce this summer at our official website. It’s almost ready ?

  3. While Divine is functional. It doesn’t make the PSD the way you want or the way you would hope it would. It would be simpler to make it by hand.

    If you’re hoping for a one click solution… This isn’t the one. It’s actually clunky, has horrible output, and doesn’t allow editing. Maybe the paid version will be better, but I doubt it.

  4. I must say that the idea behind divine project is great but it is only in its beginning stage as it has its own limitation.

    As a WordPress developer, I look forward to seeing its progress in future.

    Anyways, coding is more flexible always fun.

  5. I agree that if this software worked it’d be a god send. I don’t think the technology is there yet. The best bet is to go with a PSD > WordPress Conversion company like us that specialize in this type of thing.

  6. I tried using this and I am very happy with the outcome. I will recommend this psdtowordpress.co.in to my friends.

  7. This *could* be sensational, assuming of course that it works. I’m also interested in the comment from Divine Team that referred to a ‘free version’ which I assume means there will also be a paid version. I wonder what the difference in functionality will be.

  8. I didn’t know anything about this software! Useful info to pass along. I haven’t used photoshop too much myself. Will have to look into it some more!

  9. Wow, if they would do it neatly then Im sure a lot of people are going to follow them… And many design to code companies would start going freefall…

  10. I bet a lot of designers will be happy about that. To have the gift of designing is a good thing, to release that Divine Project is something that can eliminate the hassle of coding ?

  11. Extremely interesting piece of software! I’m going to have to give it whirl and see how it fairs! I can’t imagine that the results will always be a hundred percent accurate, but I can hope! :]

    @BloggerDaily – I’m sure a lot of theme portals will pop up if this software is successful with it’s goals. Hell, maybe I’ll start one, haha.

  12. edit// please delete the open source thing but still happy with it and am gonna try the free version ..

  13. wooow !!
    Thanks alot. This would be a s great software and the great thing about it that it is an open source software
    sure will help alot
    I dunno about other ppl but I love to write my own codes by myself
    but I think I should give it a try
    seems it will help in shorten the time I have to spend in designing a new theme.

  14. This could become a killer application if it works out perfectly. I guess the PSD should have different slices ready and then it would work. Will try it out and get back to this post!

  15. Seems like great software for a simple blog design with not too many features.
    There has been similar software before for converting PSD to XHTML/CSS (like Sitegrinder), but so far this type of software has been unable to match the quality that experienced programmers provide.

  16. If done well, this software could be game-changing. I hope they don’t rush it out of beta and take their time to polish it. Also, I’d really like a Mac version. =/

  17. I think this will be simply Great for many wordpress users who maybe good in design but can’t code the theme themselves .. I’m looking forward to test this ..

    Mishu

  18. I’ve still not tried it but it seems to be interesting. Since there are so many free plugins for WordPress this means that designers now have a upper hand against programmers.

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Most people are able to design a website in Photoshop, but very few can transform the PSD file into a functional WordPress theme. In fact there are many online companies that make a good living by providing such design-to-code services. Besides that, you can convert PSD file to WordPress theme with PSDtoHTMLservice.com for money.

Well, there is a new project that is aiming to revolutionize that segment. Called Divine Project, those guy are basically creating a software that will transform PSD files into WordPress themes automatically and for free.

I haven’t tested it yet, but if they hold true to the promises it will be a pretty neat tool.

The software is currently in beta mode, and only available to the Windows platform. If you will or have already played with it, let us know how it worked out.

Daniel Scocco is a programmer and entrepreneur located in São Paulo, Brazil. His first company, Online Profits, builds and manages websites in different niches. His second company, Kubic, specializes in developing mobile apps for the iOS and Android platforms.

Why bother with this kind of software?
I tried it and it can never be as effective as a handcoded design.
Been handcoding WordPress templates for years now and it’s still the best and quickest way ?

But ofcourse everybody is free to try.

For the moment, as you probably know Divine Free Edition (as a demo version of Divine plugin with limited functionality) is available for downloading and testing. We offer you this version to get acquainted with our product and its basic workflows. However, we are working at a new edition of the plugin – Divine Elemente (formerly Divine Personal) – the first paid edition. A large number of new features have been added to this edition. And you’ll be able to get evidence very soon that the quality of a code has been improved greatly in the paid edition.

By the way, the release date of Divine Elemente will be announce this summer at our official website. It’s almost ready ?

Rich says:

While Divine is functional. It doesn’t make the PSD the way you want or the way you would hope it would. It would be simpler to make it by hand.

If you’re hoping for a one click solution… This isn’t the one. It’s actually clunky, has horrible output, and doesn’t allow editing. Maybe the paid version will be better, but I doubt it.

I must say that the idea behind divine project is great but it is only in its beginning stage as it has its own limitation.

As a WordPress developer, I look forward to seeing its progress in future.

Anyways, coding is more flexible always fun.

Yeah divine works ok, but I still prefer to hand code everything…makes it easier to provide major customizations.

I agree that if this software worked it’d be a god send. I don’t think the technology is there yet. The best bet is to go with a PSD > WordPress Conversion company like us that specialize in this type of thing.

David says:

I tried using this and I am very happy with the outcome. I will recommend this psdtowordpress.co.in to my friends.

This *could* be sensational, assuming of course that it works. I’m also interested in the comment from Divine Team that referred to a ‘free version’ which I assume means there will also be a paid version. I wonder what the difference in functionality will be.

He this is a great stuff. I’d definitely try to work out on it.

Very nice to see new stuff that I didn’t know about it before! thanks a lot!

I didn’t know anything about this software! Useful info to pass along. I haven’t used photoshop too much myself. Will have to look into it some more!

Melvin says:

Extremely interesting piece of software! I’m going to have to give it whirl and see how it fairs! I can’t imagine that the results will always be a hundred percent accurate, but I can hope! :]

@BloggerDaily – I’m sure a lot of theme portals will pop up if this software is successful with it’s goals. Hell, maybe I’ll start one, haha.

BloggerDaily says:

Maybe I could start a theme portal after this!

edit// please delete the open source thing but still happy with it and am gonna try the free version ..

Ahmed Hamouda says:

Seems like great software for a simple blog design with not too many features.
There has been similar software before for converting PSD to XHTML/CSS (like Sitegrinder), but so far this type of software has been unable to match the quality that experienced programmers provide.

If done well, this software could be game-changing. I hope they don’t rush it out of beta and take their time to polish it. Also, I’d really like a Mac version. =/

Mishu says:

This look really interesting, would save alot of time manually installing wordpress.

I’ve still not tried it but it seems to be interesting. Since there are so many free plugins for WordPress this means that designers now have a upper hand against programmers.

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