TKSLIDE 4 alpha main page

What is TKSLIDE ?

TKSLIDE (abbr. for TKirby's SLIDE system) is a slide system in HTML and CSS like another famous slide system S5.

Download

TKSLIDE v4(alpha)(zip) including:
  • required css and css for print
  • kernel slide.js
  • introduction slide and other example slides
  • Math module and Takahashi module
  • Favlet required js

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Demonstration

Here is the TKSLIDE v4 demo and instructions slide (tested under IE6SP2, Firefox 1.5/1.07, Opera 8.53). Additionally, there are Markdown Introduction Document by John Gruber and S5 Introduction Slideshow by Eric A. Meyer, both in TKSLIDE.

Learn

Draft Document in Chinese available.

Features

  • Support Opera Show Format (S5 Compatible)
  • Support simple HTML format (Markdown Compatible)
  • Easy configurable presentation settings
  • Automatically font & image resizing
  • Support Tex-format Math formula insertion
  • Online translating tool from Markdown to slides

Remark

Markdown

This version supports online text-transformation. Add to your favorite/bookmark , then click it and wait for a while after you enter this page(written in Markdown syntax). TKSLIDE shall start working(Only under Firefox). There is another example page which talks about Markdown. This favlet uses js-Markdown written by Sam Angove.

Takahashi module

TKSLIDE provides a Takahashi module for making your own Takahashi slideshow. Just include Takahashi.js after slide.js and build your slides with all <h2> tags. There is an example using this module, which is generated by Markdown from this file.

Math module

As previous version, you can write Mathematical formula in your slides. However in this version, math module is seperated from TKSLIDE runtime and you need additional <script type="text/javascript" src="math.js"></script> to include this module. This math module comes from ASCIIMathML written by Peter Jipsen with minimal addition. Here is an example. Also note that for IE to work, you need install MathPlayer and add <object id="mathplayer" classid="clsid:32F66A20-7614-11D4-BD11-00104BD3F987"></object> and <?import namespace="mml" implementation="#mathplayer"?> You can refer to the example above to see how to add these lines.