Creating HTML Slides

McLean, Grant
December 2007
Perl Review;Winter2007, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p22
Academic Journal
The article offers suggestions on using HTML format for presentation slides. With Perl computer program language, a developer can avoid extraneous editing HTML pages and managing the links between them. The types of contend, as well as objects to be included should be considered by developers in creating the slides.


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