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I have designed a websie in xd and now i want to convert my complete design to HTML or i want CSS how can i get this?
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Hi, Im prabhu Chennai. India.
im uiux designer
i want to convert XD to html. but all plugins paid version only.
free verstion not properly working very lenth code show.
Let us know if this helps or if you need any further assistance.
Hi, i have a question. I designed the whole web page in XD. When i export it with plugin Web export, it exports wrong. Fonts are not the same, the whole page is zoomed in and programmer can not use it to update web page.
Any suggestions how to export in the way that fonts are correct and my page don't zoom in? And how to export that programmer should use html in right way?
I just want to export my XD page to add it on existing web page...
I have macbook pro macOS...
Thanks for reaching out. As of now, the only way to export to HTML is through Web Export Plugin, so I'd recommend contacting the plugin support team directly. To contact them please click on the Web Export in plugins panel > Manage Plugins > Get Support.
Feel free to reach out if you have any other questions or issues, we'll try our best to help you with it.
Hi Raul. Xd itself doesn't have an export to html/css feature. It is a prototyping tool, and not a website builder like Webflow for example. There are plugins that are able to generate a website from your design, but I wouldn't expect the code to be very efficient, and there are a lot of conditions.
I guess you could compare it to what Photoshop was used for back in the day. The end result is somewhat static, but has interactability. You can click on buttons, have hover effects, dropdown menus, animations and so on. Xd has a much more optimized workflow and prototyping abilities, which PS doesn't have at all. It also makes it easier for devs to get the css code for each element, get variables and download the assets from the prototype.
The usual workflow for UX/UI design is to design the low and/or high fidelity pages in Xd, so you can test your ideas and make quick changes. When you are happy with how everything looks and connects, you go ahead and make the actual website from scratch with html/css/js, using the variables and values from Xd. This is how you will get the best result. Everything else is sub-optimal. You may save some time, but you sacrifice code clarity and efficiency.
There is nothing to be gained from rebuilding your dynamic WordPress site with static HTML pages. You would lose all site functionality and backend CMS.
To change your WP site's appearance, get a new WP Theme. Or develop a custom Theme of your own. Consult WordPress documentation for more details.
Alternatively, use a WP plugin like Elementor.
You would want something that converts the html and css but not with position absolute because that is almost impossible to work with when doing the responsiveness of the website.
You can try Desech Studio to import your adobexd file and this will generate an html structure with css grids for positioning. Know that, you still have to do some adjustments like margins and sizes after the import.
is Desech Studio generating flexible html codes with relative position? it can be usable for development?