Software (Own Machine)
the necessities are a browser (recent versions of Firefox, Chrome, Safari recommended), and a text editor (for web programming we recommend Brackets for its live update feature). A zipped folder with all the neccessary files is available here, download and extract the files somewhere on your machine.
Summary of files contained within:
- README.md: github README file to display markdown on page
- feeg6003_reveal_HTML.html: HTML version of the presentation
- feeg6003_reveal_MD.html: Markdown version of the presentation
- feeg6003_template_adv.html: A template with full reveal options
- feeg6003_template_basic.html: A template with cre reveal options
- img/: folder for images
- reveal.js/: Folder containg the reveal.js files
- tutorial.pdf: Guide for the workshop lab
- tutorial_material/: Material for the lab
- uos-logo.css: CSS file to include the university logo in the corner of the presentation
Using Reveal.js Presentations
Using generic software
Open the presentation/HTML file in your preferred text editor. Open the presentation/HTML file with your browser. When you make edits to the file, you then must refresh the presentation page in the broswer
Open the presentation/HTML file you wish to edit in Brackets. Click the lightning bolt icon in the upper right corner, this should open a browser window and the lighning bolt should turn from grey to yellow. As you save your presentation, the changes will be reflected in the browser dynamically.
Controlling the presentation
If you wish to make the presentation full screen, then press the F key, or leave the window reduced if you want to just test the presentation. With the browser in focus, the presentation can be controlled using the arrow keys or spacebar.