Extract CSS and Images from a Photoshop PSD in the Browser | Adobe Creative Cloud



Extract (preview) reduces the friction when going from a PSD to a code-based design. Evangelist Paul Trani shows how to extract vital content like images, text, CSS, colors, gradients, positioning and more. All from a PSD that is displayed in a browser. This same PSD can be shared with anyone via Creative Cloud and they don’t need to be a Creative Cloud member to see and extract what they need from the Photoshop file.

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Or visit the help page for more information: http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/extract-css-images-psd-files.html

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