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README.md

Google HTML5 Rocks - Slide Show (S9) Template Pack

Live Preview

See slides.html5.html.

For testing see test.html, test.html5rocks.html, and test.html5rocks_a.html.

For the original HTML5 Rocks slides see attic/test.html5rocks.html

What's Slide Show (S9)?

A Ruby gem that lets you create slide shows and author slides in plain text using a wiki-style markup language that's easy-to-write and easy-to-read. More Slide Show (S9) Project Site »

Intro

Google's HTML5 Rocks Slides code bundled up into a Slide Show (S9) template pack (includes Moon, Sand and Sea Wave themes).

Note, the package is configured to use the following headers in slides.html5.html:

title: Your Slide Show Title Here (e.g. HTML5)
subtitle: Your Subtitle Here (e.g. Web Development to the next level)

Try It Yourself - How To Use the Template Pack

If you want to try it yourself, install (fetch) the new template pack. Issue the command:

$ slideshow install g5

Or as an alternative clone the template pack using git. Issue the commands:

$ cd ~/.slideshow/templates
$ git clone https://github.com/slideshow-templates/slideshow-google-html5-slides.git

To check if the new template got installed, use the list command:

$ slideshow list

Listing something like:

Installed templates include:
   g5.txt (~/.slideshow/templates/g5/g5.txt)

Now you're ready to use it using the -t/--template switch. Example:

$ slideshow build tutorial -t g5

That's it.

Questions? Comments?

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