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Creating the Slideshow Web Pages

Creating the Slideshow Web Pages

Having created a set of attractive and informative slides, the final step in the process is getting these embedded onto your web site (Figure 9). The simplest approach is to create a set of similar web pages, each containing one image from the slideshow. Each page should have a meaningful title so that navigation view the browser’s history menu will be much easier. So instead of calling a particular page “Slide 7,” you might instead called it “Slide 7 - Market Research.”

Navigation is important, and each page should have links that allow the viewer to go from one page to the next. It’s a good idea to include links that take the viewer back a step as well, and ideally another that takes the viewer all the way back to the very start of the slideshow. Otherwise, the slideshow pages will work best if kept simple. There’s no need for anything that’ll distract the viewer from the slides themselves.

Figure 9 Keep slideshow web pages simple, but do add navigation links and download links for accessory documents.

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