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|Very cool but...||1||23:11, 26 April 2012|
Wow - this is great. I have needed to add some intro / media overview to my class for a long time.
Couple of things
I copied the header info from your presentation including audio - works fine but can't stop audio by clicking on "audio stop" on slider even though I don't have as many slides as your presentation.
Can I put the text over the pictures? I love this look http://www.slideshare.net/yiibu/beyond-themobilewebbyyiibu
I can stop the audio in the browsers I tried. I suspect it is either (a) how your browser deals with the HTML5 <audio> tag or (b) how I am currently positioning the audio player on the screen. Since Wayne wants the user to have the ability to skip around, I was thinking of not displaying the audio player (and thereby hiding some cross-browser differences, solving another problem) and simply having a start/stop button.
Yes, text can go over pictures as in my Milford Road slide. The slide div must have the fill class, as in:
<div class="slide fill">
I don't yet have a fancy way of defining the text color or background.