9. Extracting Your Way Out of Photoshop
My hope is that Page Layers, explored in Chapter 8, gives you a reasonable way to go from the browser to Photoshop. Now you can turn your attention to the opposite: taking all the assets you’ve created or adjusted in Photoshop and bringing them back out to the browser.
Prior to Photoshop CC, the options weren’t great. Anything beyond a simple CSS tweak posed a challenge, especially if it involved exporting an image. How many times have you saved a PNG only to find out there’s a hairline or two of built-in padding throwing off its positioning? Worse yet are the times you forgot to turn off a layer that makes its way into your exported graphic.
Efficiently extracting assets from Photoshop is crucial to an ...