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impress.js, so you are presented with a simplified version of

Impress at Presentations with Impress.js

(UPDATED for Impress.js v0.3) The other day I mentioned on Twitter that I was playing around with Bartek Szopka’s

For example: Now we’ve created some steps, it’s time to refer back to our sketch and position

Attribute - Description - Default data-x - Position the centre of the slide on the x axis (horizontal) at the pixel coordinate specified.

- 0 data-y - Position the centre of the slide on the y axis (vertical) at the pixel coordinate specified.

- 0 data-z - Position the centre of the slide on the z axis (depth) at the pixel coordinate specified.

- 0 We will keep our first slide at the center of the page, and change our second slide to appear 500 pixels below.

Attribute - Description - Default data-rotate or data-rotate-z - Rotate the slide on the z-axis by n degrees.

- 0 For our third slide we are going to make it appear from the left and rotate 180

we are only able to support newer browsers for our whizzy effects, and you are likely to have control over what browser your presentation is viewed in (at least initially), you may want to consider whether you drop support for older versions of IE.

For our slides, I have the following simple stylesheet: Sometimes you may find you can see parts of other slides on your screen, and you may wish to hide them - or you may wish to highlight the current slide when it’s the one you are speaking about.

If you wish to provide quick route to a particular slide in your deck, adding an ID attribute to the slide will provide a quick link.

If you’ve created a presentation, this would probably be your last slide for users later reading your deck.

The overview slide is built as an empty slide, centered in your presentation with a large data-scale value.

This transparent slide will cause Impress.js to pull its view of the page back toward the user giving them a complete overview.

As we want the user to be able to see all the slides at this point, we set some additional CSS properties so that they are clearly visible (and give the users a prompt that they can click on them).

Next, we need to create a fallback message within our HTML that has a CSS display setting of none, unless it has a parent with a class of “impress-not-supported”.

Now you know you’re presentation doesn’t suck, all you need to work on is your speech skills… Impress.js can’t help you there I’m afraid.

How to Create Stunning Visualizations & Presentations with Impress.js

Impress is a jQuery plugin that uses CSS3 functionality to create beautiful presentations.

Click on the zip button as shown in the following screenshot and Impress jQuery library will be downloaded with the examples.

Once the download is completed extract the zip folder and you will find sample files used for the Impress demo.

First create a basic html document as shown in the code below and include impress.js file.

Then you can initialize the library using the impress().init() function as shown in the code below.

Impress powered slides can be anything and any size as long as it matches the criteria defined by the library.

I have created 2 simple slides in the following code to get us started on our presentation.

If you are a CSS expert you will be able to find unlimited effects using these features supported by the library, Now we have learned everything necessary to create a stunning visualization.

All the code required for a browser fallback message is given below: This tutorial provides a basic visualization which is used to explain the Impress effects.

You can use CSS3 features like transition, shadows and gradients in the content of slides to create much more creative visualizations.

Also make sure to change and use suitable x and y values for your slides to avoid overlapping of content.

No More Powerpoint I Have Impress.js

14th March 2012 in jQuery In this tutorial you will learn how you don't need to use the old powerpoint presentation software now we have Impress.js.

Impress.js is a presentation framework which uses all the new features of CSS3 transforms and CSS transitions to create unique presentations. The

Lately on Github Impress.js has become very popular and I believe you will start seeing many companies create presentations by using this framework.

Here is a list of presentations for you to enjoy, they are all much better than using the boring old powerpoint presentations.

Impress works by using div and assigning CSS transition and transforms which happen when moving to the next slide.

It's best practice to use the class impress-not-supported so that if your browser doesn't support the CSS transition features impress.js can apply some fallback features to you slides.

If the visitors browser does not support these CSS3 features then impress.js will know and you can display a message to the visitor.

Data-x attribute is used to define the position of the slide on the x-axis from the starting point of the presentation.

Giving a positive number means this slide is larger than default so we need to zoom out to view the entire slide.

Using these 8 attributes is all you need to create a unique presentation with impress.js, all you have to do is define these attributes and impress will take care of everything else.

If you have used it please comment below with a link to your site I'd love to see some awesome unique websites using impress.

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