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5 of the Best Free HTML5 Presentation Systems

5 of the Best Free HTML5 Presentation Systems
I have a lot of respect for Microsoft PowerPoint. It may be over-used and encourages people to create shocking slide shows, but it’s powerful and fun. I have just one criticism: all PowerPoint presentations look the same. It doesn’t matter how you change the colors, backgrounds, fonts or transitions — everyone can spot a PPT from a mile away. Fortunately, we now have another option: HTML5. Or, more specifically, HTML5 templates powered by JavaScript with CSS3 2D/3D transitions and animations. it’s quicker to add a few HTML tags than use a WYSIWYG interfaceyou can update a presentation using a basic text editor on any devicefiles can be hosted on the web; you need never lose a PPT againyou can easily distribute a presentation without viewing softwareit’s not PowerPoint and your audience will be amazed by your technical prowess. Admittedly, HTML5 presentations are not quite as powerful: Here are the best HTML5 presentation systems I’ve found. Reveal.js This is my current favorite. Impress.js

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HTTP KeepAlive Considered Harmful Isn’t that a wonderfully alarmist title? A better one would be “HTTP KeepAlive harmful for modern high-traffic low-latency low-footprint websites”. But then you’d have fallen asleep by now, wouldn’t you. S5: A Simple Standards-Based Slide Show System S5 is a slide show format based entirely on XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript. With one file, you can run a complete slide show and have a printer-friendly version as well. The markup used for the slides is very simple, highly semantic, and completely accessible. Anyone with even a smidgen of familiarity with HTML or XHTML can look at the markup and figure out how to adapt it to their particular needs. Anyone familiar with CSS can create their own slide show theme.

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