XHTMLized Turns Your Design into Code

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If you have a website design but don’t have the time, resources or inclination to turn it into CSS or XHTML, check out three month old startup XHTMLized.

They outsource your design to coders around the world and return it to you within five days. They do more than quick converstion to code: XHMTLized claims that they’ve come up with a “recipe which provides search engine love, accessibility know-how and utilizes smart practices such microformats and ALA techniques”. Projects start at a very reasonable $150, and you don’t pay if you don’t like the product.

XHTMLized is the creation of Dave Rosen, Stan Dzavoronok, Ilya Sabanin, Dmitry Sabanin from Futuretrack5.

From their submission:

Launched nearly 3 months ago, XHTMLized is growing strong, giving lots of satisfied customers a . Each project is quoted for based on the design, but the average price is USD$149. Most projects are completed within a couple of days but XHTMLized can meet any deadline. A collective of 12 XHTML/CSS gurus spread over 7 countries do the XHTMLizations, collaborating via advanced use of the Basecamp API. Jointly they have formed a XHTML/CSS recipe which provides search engine love, accessibility know-how and utilizes smart practices such microformats and ALA techniques. XHTMLized can also transforms designs into blog or CMS themes as well as pimping up old table-based sites.

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