HTML Export - Page 2

Determines the type of publication.

You can specify if you want to include frames, create a title, or display presentation notes.

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LibreOffice Draw or LibreOffice Impress menu File - Export, select HTML file type, page 2 of the wizard.


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Defines the basic settings for the intended export.

Standard HTML format

Creates standard HTML pages from export pages.

Standard HTML with frames

Creates standard HTML pages with frames. The exported page will be placed in the main frame, and the frame to the left will display a table of contents in the form of hyperlinks.

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Creates a title page for your document.

Specifies that your notes are also displayed.

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Creates a default HTML presentation as a kiosk export, in which the slides are automatically advanced after a specified amount of time.

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The slide transition depends on the timing that you set for each slide in the presentation. If you set a manual page transition, the HTML presentation introduces a new page by pressing any key from your keyboard.

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The page transition takes place automatically after the specified period of time elapses and does not depend on the presentation's contents.

Slide view time

Defines the amount of time for each slide display.

Endless

Automatically restarts the HTML presentation after the last slide has been displayed.

WebCast

In a WebCast export, automatic scripts will be generated with Perl or ASP support. This enables the speaker (for example, a speaker in a telephone conference using a slide show on the Internet) to change the slides in the audience's web browsers. You will find more information on WebCast later in this section.

Active Server Pages (ASP)

When you select the ASP option, the WebCast export creates ASP pages. Note that the HTML presentation can only be offered by a web server supporting ASP.

Perl

Used by WebCast export to create HTML pages and Perl scripts.

URL for listeners

Specifies the URL (absolute or relative) to be entered by the viewer in order to see the presentation.

URL for presentation

Specifies the URL (absolute or relative), where the created HTML presentation on the web server has been saved.

URL for Perl scripts

Specifies the URL (absolute or relative) for the generated Perl scripts.

More Information on WebCast Export

There are two possible options for exporting LibreOffice Impress presentations using WebCast technology: Active Server Pages (ASP) and Perl.

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In either case, the WebCast needs an HTTP server offering either Perl or ASP as scripting. Therefore, the exporting option depends on the HTTP server used.


WebCast in ASP

Exporting

Do not use the same directory for two different HTML exports.

Using ASP WebCast

You can use WebCast as soon as the exported files can be accessed from an HTTP server.

Example:

Let's assume that you installed the Microsoft Internet Information Server on your computer. You entered the "c:\Inet\wwwroot\presentation" directory as an HTML output directory during the IIS setup. The URL of your computer is assumed as follows: "http://myserver.com".

The audience can now view the slide selected by the presenter through the URL http://myserver.com/presentation/webcast.asp. They cannot move to other slides found at this URL, unless the file names are known. Please ensure that the HTTP server does not show the directory listing.

WebCast over Perl

Exporting

Using Perl WebCast

The files that have been created during the export must now be set up in the Perl enabled HTTP server. This cannot be done automatically because of the variety of different HTTP servers having Perl support. The steps to follow will be described next. Please refer to your server manual or ask your network administrator how to apply these steps on your server.

Now you should be able to use WebCast.

Example:

In this example, you have a Linux computer with an HTTP server. The URL of your HTTP server is http://myserver.com and the output directory of your HTML documents is the //user/local/http/ directory. Your Perl scripts are contained in the //user/local/http/cgi-bin/ directory. Enter secret.htm as an export file name and presentation.htm as URL for listeners. In the URL for presentation text box enter http://myserver.com/presentation/ and for the URL for Perl scripts enter http://myserver.com/cgi-bin/.

Once you have finished installing the Perl files, the presenter will be able to give the presentation. The listeners can view this presentation under the URL http://myserver.com/presentation/presentation.htm.

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