Coderfaire 2014 Umm... so Yeah... Net Neutrality: Do You Know How this Internet Thing Works?
Clone the repository
$ git clone https://github.com/jasonamyers/coderfaire-net-neutrality.git
Navigate to the repo folder
$ cd coderfair-net-neutrality
$ npm install
Serve the presentation and monitor source files for changes
$ grunt serve
Open http://localhost:8000 to view your presentation
You can change the port by using
grunt serve --port 8001.
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- Open your presentation with css/print/pdf.css included on the page. The default index HTML lets you add print-pdf anywhere in the query to include the stylesheet, for example: lab.hakim.se/reveal-js?print-pdf.
- Open the in-browser print dialog (CMD+P).
- Change the Destination setting to Save as PDF.
- Change the Layout to Landscape.
- Change the Margins to None.
- Click Save.
reveal.js comes with a speaker notes plugin which can be used to present per-slide notes in a separate browser window. The notes window also gives you a preview of the next upcoming slide so it may be helpful even if you haven't written any notes. Press the 's' key on your keyboard to open the notes window.
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