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Style 2 for the b6+ slide framework

Author: Bert Bos <bert@w3.org>

Incremental display with class=incremental

If an element has class=incremental or class=overlay, its children will be displayed one at a time. The keys (space, arrow keys), clicks or gestures that normally advance to the next slide instead cause the next child to be displayed, until all of them are visible, after which the navigation continues to the next slide. Example:

Lists

An example of a numbered list:

  1. Potatoes
  2. Onions and olives

An example of an unordered list:

Some elements

Words can be given a strong emphasis, which makes them appear in bold

The normal emphasis has a highlighter effect.

Code looks like this: if (a) return b;

This is an example of a note, in a smaller font

An image on the side

[Picture of a stylized tree with colorful, square leaves]

It seems the famous ‘lorem ipsum’ is based on a text by Cicero, but with the lines mixed up. On a Cicero by the text, it seems the ‘ipsum lorem’ is famous based with lines but mixed up.

An image on the side

[Picture of a stylized tree with colorful, square leaves]

And again, with class ‘slide side right’.

It seems the famous ‘lorem ipsum’ is based on a text by Cicero, but with the lines mixed up. On a Cicero by the text, it seems the ‘ipsum lorem’ is famous based with lines but mixed up.

In columns

Children of an element with a class of ‘columns’ are distributed over two columns

This is the second child, which goes into the right column

And this is the third one. Left column again.

Etc.

place t l
place t
place t r
Here is something for the left side, with class place l
class place puts an element centered in a 3×3 grid
place r
place b l
place b
combine place with top (or t), right (or r), bottom (or b) and left (or l)

Numbered lines of code

Lines in a PRE can be numbered
                       (automatically)
  * Give the PRE a class of "numbered"
  * Works for up to 20 lines
                       (depending on font size)
  six
   seven
   eight
    nine
    ten
  eleven

Image overlay: cover

A bridge over the Rhone in Lyon

Careful, some images make the text hard to read!

Image overlay: fit

A bridge over the Rhone in Lyon

Careful, some images make the text hard to read!

Shout!

Takahashi method

Grow!

Animated

Don't use this too often!

Shout and grow!

Animated

Don't use this too often!

Slide transitions

The style sheet predefines several transitions: fade-in, slide-in, move-left, etc.

A transition can be set globally, applying to all slides; or locally, applying only to the transtion between this slide and the next.

Created 19 December 2019 by Bert Bos. Last modified $Date: 2020/08/06 21:40:08 $ by $Author: bbos $.
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