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* [http://www.lawver.net/archive/2005/03/18/h15_s5_instiki_happy_geek.php S5 + Instiki] - A little out of date.  Will replace with the instructions for .10 in the near future.
 
* [http://www.lawver.net/archive/2005/03/18/h15_s5_instiki_happy_geek.php S5 + Instiki] - A little out of date.  Will replace with the instructions for .10 in the near future.
 
* [http://wiki.frimouvy.org/TheS5Editor Friwikiwiki] - PHP and DHTML, in development. Plans XUL version.
 
* [http://wiki.frimouvy.org/TheS5Editor Friwikiwiki] - PHP and DHTML, in development. Plans XUL version.
* [http://soapbx.com/ Soapbox] - Rails based editor
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* [http://soapbx.com/ Soapbox] - Rails based editor <!-- Site no longer active? -->
 
* [http://s5presents.com/ S5 Presents] - another Rails based editor, download available
 
* [http://s5presents.com/ S5 Presents] - another Rails based editor, download available
 
* [http://www.enfoldsystems.com/Products/Open/PloneS5 S5 for Plone] - as the name suggests
 
* [http://www.enfoldsystems.com/Products/Open/PloneS5 S5 for Plone] - as the name suggests

Revision as of 05:06, 6 June 2008

S5 Tools

S5 is an XHTML + CSS + Javascript slideshow system created by Eric Meyer, which uses microformats (namely, XOXO 1.0: Extensible Open XHTML Outlines).

Tools

Here are some tools for working with S5 slideshows.

Forum/Support

More S5-Style Web Alternatives

Note that there are other slide formats as listed here: Slide ML by Bitflux, PerlPoint by Jochen Stenzel, Slidy by Dave Raggett of W3C, Slide Show (S9) by Gerald Bauer.