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  • 1. REVEAL.JSHTML PRESENTATIONS MADE EASYCreated by /Hakim El Hattab @hakimel
  • 2. HEADS UPreveal.js is a framework for easily creating beautiful presentationsusing HTML. Youll need a browser with support for CSS 3Dtransforms to see it in its full glory.
  • 3. VERTICAL SLIDESSlides can be nested inside of other slides, try pressing .down
  • 4. BASEMENT LEVEL 1Press down or up to navigate.
  • 5. BASEMENT LEVEL 2Cornify
  • 6. BASEMENT LEVEL 3Thats it, time to go back up.
  • 7. SLIDESNot a coder? No problem. Theres a fully-featured visual editor forauthoring these, try it out at .http://slid.es
  • 8. POINT OF VIEWPress ESC to enter the slide overview.Hold down alt and click on any element to zoom in on it using. Alt + click anywhere to zoom back out.zoom.js
  • 9. WORKS IN MOBILE SAFARITry it out! You can swipe through the slides and pinch your way tothe overview.
  • 10. MARVELOUS UNORDERED LISTNo order hereOr hereOr hereOr here
  • 11. FANTASTIC ORDERED LIST1. One is smaller than...2. Two is smaller than...3. Three!
  • 12. MARKDOWN SUPPORTFor those of you who like that sort of thing. Instructions and a bitmore info available .here<section data-markdown>## Markdown supportFor those of you who like that sort of thing.Instructions and a bit more info available [here](https://github.com/hakimel/</section>
  • 13. TRANSITION STYLESYou can select from different transitions, like:- - - - - - -Cube Page Concave Zoom Linear Fade None Default
  • 14. THEMESReveal.js comes with a few themes built in:- - - - -Sky Beige Simple Serif Night Default* Theme demos are loaded after the presentation which leads to flicker. In production you should load yourtheme in the <head>using a <link>.
  • 15. GLOBAL STATESet data-state="something"on a slide and "something"will be added as a class to the document element when the slide isopen. This lets you apply broader style changes, like switching thebackground.
  • 16. CUSTOM EVENTSAdditionally custom events can be triggered on a per slide basis bybinding to the data-statename.Reveal.addEventListener( customevent, function() {console.log( "customevent" has fired );} );
  • 17. SLIDE BACKGROUNDSSet data-background="#007777"on a slide to change the fullpage background to the given color. All CSS color formats aresupported.
  • 18. IMAGE BACKGROUNDS<section data-background="image.png">
  • 19. REPEATED IMAGE BACKGROUNDS<section data-background="image.png" data-background-repeat="repeat" data-background-size="100px">
  • 20. BACKGROUND TRANSITIONSPass reveal.js the backgroundTransition: slideconfigargument to make backgrounds slide rather than fade.
  • 21. BACKGROUND TRANSITION OVERRIDEYou can override background transitions per slide by using data-background-transition="slide".
  • 22. CLEVER QUOTESThese guys come in two forms, inline: “The nice thing aboutstandards is that there are so many to choose from” and block:“For years there has been a theory that millions ofmonkeys typing at random on millions oftypewriters would reproduce the entire works ofShakespeare. The Internet has proven this theoryto be untrue.”
  • 23. PRETTY CODEfunction linkify( selector ) {if( supports3DTransforms ) {var nodes = document.querySelectorAll( selector );for( var i = 0, len = nodes.length; i < len; i++ ) {var node = nodes[i];if( !node.className ) ) {node.className += roll;}};}}Courtesy of .highlight.js
  • 24. INTERGALACTIC INTERCONNECTIONSYou can link between slides internally, .like this
  • 25. FRAGMENTED VIEWSHit the next arrow...... to step through ...1. any type2. of view3. fragments
  • 26. FRAGMENT STYLESTheres a few styles of fragments, like:growshrinkroll-infade-outhighlight-redhighlight-greenhighlight-blue
  • 27. SPECTACULAR IMAGE!
  • 28. EXPORT TO PDFPresentations can be , below is an example thatsbeen uploaded to SlideShare.exported to PDF« ‹ › »
  • 29. TAKE A MOMENTPress b or period on your keyboard to enter the paused mode.This mode is helpful when you want to take distracting slides offthe screen during a presentation.
  • 30. STELLAR LINKSTry the online editorSource code on GitHubFollow me on Twitter
  • 31. THE ENDBY HAKIM EL HATTAB / HAKIM.SE

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