If you’re familiar with HTML, then you know there are certain tags you can use to style text. The same is true for Photoshop. You can use frames to style text in Photoshop just like you would in HTML.
To create a frame in Photoshop, simply select the “Create new frame” option from the “File” menu. A dialog box will appear. Enter the width and height of the frame, and then click “OK.”
Now that you have a frame, you can add text to it. Select the “Text” tool from the toolbar and click inside the frame. Type whatever you want and then format the text using the options in the “Text” tool’s dialog box.
When you’re finished, click “File” > “Save.” Your text will now be saved as an image file that you can insert into an HTML document using the tag.