README for `fifinddo-info' (C) Uwe Lueck 2011/10/23 Here you find (i) files (in `source/') that demonstrate making an "HTML beamer presentation" with `blogdot.sty' from the `morehype' bundle (described in `blog.pdf'), (ii) a German sketch of package documentation and HTML generation based on `fifinddo.sty' (`nicetext' bundle): `dantev45.htm' (cf. `LIESMICH.txt'). TRYING the presentation: open `dantev45.htm' with a browser, click on "START", later click on screen bottom for next view or on lower right corner of screen for the overview. With MSIE however, this does not work, find something to click at right below the text. VARIANTs: dantev45.htm is a "compromise" version of the presentation. Directory `variants' contains versions for different screens and browsers, exemplifying "recompilation" according to the `blogdot' documentation. KEYWORDs: beamer presentations, literate macro programming, HTML; font selection, lists, punctuation, quotation, spacing, text decoration, computer text/verbatim text. The files can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms of the LaTeX Project Public License; either version 1.3c of the License, or any later version, see http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt We did our best to help you, but there is NO WARRANTY. The CTAN directory `/info/fifinddo/' is author-maintained in the sense of this license. The latest public version of the package is available at http://mirror.ctan.org/info/fifinddo/ A TDS version of the package is available as http://mirror.ctan.org/install/info/fifinddo.tds.zip Please report bugs, problems, and suggestions via http://www.contact-ednotes.sty.de.vu
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fifinddo-info – German HTML beamer presentation on nicetext and morehype
- exhibits the process of making an “HTML beamer presentation” with the blogdot package from the morehype bundle, and
- HTML generation based on the fifinddo package.
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