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I hired a designer and he created a very nice website. Now when i went to the developer he says the image is not layered and he can not convert it to html?

What do i do, does the designer need to do this again?

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closed as too broad by Simon Hayter Oct 7 '13 at 18:23

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Have you told the designer about this? A good designer should know for html it needs to be layered. – c s h Oct 7 '13 at 18:10
Hi, Sorry but the question is too board and depends which company or individual you approach. Some may require layers while so many not, generally without layers it will cost more because its more work. But a good 'Coder' and 'designer' can make a stretch into a website from a peice of paper never mind a image format. – Simon Hayter Oct 7 '13 at 18:25

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