You probably know that
PSD2HTML is changing its brand name to GetDevDone soon. Starting December 24, 2022, all requests to psd2html.com will be redirected to our new domain getdevdone.com.
login credentials you used to access your client area on psd2html.com, though, will remain the same. We encourage you to remember them so that you can sign in on the new domain with no problem.
But even if you happen to forget your login and password, there is no reason to worry. You have
three options to put things straight:
Use the forgot password feature.
Get in touch with us for a link to reset your password.
Look up your details in the browser you have been using to access psd2html.com, provided that you have saved them.
If you want to try the third method but need some guidance, we have prepared detailed instructions on how to look up your username and password in four popular browsers.
First, create a text document somewhere on your computer. You will use it to store the login information. Next, follow the instructions for your browser below.
Click the hamburger menu icon in the upper right corner.
On the Settings page, select
Privacy & Security on the left.
Scroll down to the
Logins and Passwords section. Click the
Saved Logins… button.
psd2html.com in the left panel. Click the
Copy button against the Username field and paste the login into the text document you have created. Click the
Copy button against the Password field and paste the password into the text document you have created.
Click the three vertical dots in the top right corner.
Autofill in the Settings panel on the left.
Autofill section on the right, select Password Manager.
Scroll down to the
Saved Passwords section. Find the row with psd2html.com.
Select and copy the username, then paste it into the document you have created.
Click the three vertical dots at the end of the row.
Copy password and then paste the password into the text document you have created.
Click on the three horizontal dots in the top right corner.
Your profile page, select Passwords.
In the second section on the
Passwords page, find the row with psd2html.com.
Copy the username and paste it into the text document you have created.
Click the three horizontal dots at the end of the row and select
Paste the password into the text document you have created.
In the Safari menu, select
Passwords and type in your user account password.
All Passwords panel, select psd2html.com.
Copy the username and password and paste them into the text document you have created.
Still having trouble retrieving the client area login credentials from your favorite browser?
Write to us and we will help you fix that in no time flat.