For standards-based presentations, anywhere.
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Presentation is a standards (XHTML/CSS/ECMAScript)-based presentation system.
You can create a slide-show by creating a simple XHTML document consisting of, at a minium, a dictionary list (a.k.a. a Glossary).
If you would like to include additional information in your
slide show which you might not use, you can include
supplemental slides. You can access different
slide decks by pressing the
Pressing escape will hide the subsequent menu.
Use the space bar or enter to load incremental elements on a page.
Note that this behaves somewhat differently than it did in S5.
Try the other demos to see how this differs.
If your browser supports CSS3 you can use transitions.
S5 was the only standards, web-based, option previously.
You can add supplemental material to your slide show and access it using the 'alt' or 'meta' key in the middle of your presentation.
Supplemental material allows you to store slides in your presentation that you think you might want to refer to if you expect questions, but otherwise feel would hinder the pacing of your presentation.
This is superior to the standard procedure of adding slides to the end of a presentation as you won't accidently proceed into them, and they won't appear in the count of total slides.