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I've seen somewhere a presentation that was written entirely in HTML, CSS and Javascript. It was "properly" structured, so that if you'd view it with Lynx it would look like a normal document, yet in Firefox (and others, I suppose) it looked like a Powerpoint presentation, with added "back" and "forward" buttons.

Does anyone know what tool can be used to create such presentations? Or where I can find examples of such presentations on the web? Google fails me at the moment.

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I guess you saw something done with S5.

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Indeed, that's the one. Thanks! – legoscia Nov 27 '09 at 14:17

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