Join Justin Putney for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Creating a Responsive Presentation in HTML5.
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Discover how to structure the HTML and slide content; design the navigation to react to clicks, keyboard input, and swipe gestures; and use CSS to customize the slide display for different screens and animated transitions. Justin also includes a series of challenge-and-solution pairs to test your skills.
Then, when you're ready, watch the HTML5 Projects: Creating an Advanced Responsive Presentation follow-up course to enhance your web presentation slides with audio, video, and an automatic playback feature.
- Structuring an HTML5 slideshow
- Creating the default slide appearance
- Using jQuery to display the current page
- Adding swipe gestures for mobile
- Creating a pause screen
- Translating your ideas into CSS
- Using media queries to adjust the layout
Skill Level Intermediate
Building an Advanced To-Do List with HTML5with Joseph Lowery45m 50s Intermediate
CSS: Transitions and Transformswith Joseph Lowery2h 25m Intermediate
1. Understanding the Project
2. Creating Slides
3. Displaying Pages and Creating Navigation
4. Creating a Responsive Layout
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