At the 1999 Minnesota Law & Technology Show, held at the Minneapolis Convention Center on September 1-2, PLW founder LaVern Pritchard explained to a packed room of attorneys and other legal professionals from Minnesota and surrounding states how to build a usable web site.
The presentation featured a new version of PLW/WebSlides, our own database-driven web slide and outline editor and presentation generator.
The latest version of this tool was optimized for live presentation rather than universal accessibility. It's very PowerPoint-like, except there is no PowerPoint and no need to convert anything for the Web.
PLW/WebSlides generates the presentation in outline view as well as slides. Outline view is more useful for editing and printing.
When you click on the link to begin the web slides, all the virtual slides rapidly generate in sequence, one on top of another. When they stop generating, the show is ready to view. The title slide reappears, and you can begin.
To move from slide to slide, just click anywhere on the screen.
There are no images, links or buttons to activate.(This is designed to be error proof in a darkened room setting.)
Suggestion: while it is not essential, the slides look best if you set your browser to View /Fullscreen mode.
The slide show has just one direction -- forward. If you want to quit - or when you're done, just press your browser's back button to return to other Priweb.com pages.
If you prefer outlines to slides, or if you do not use Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher, our outline version is a normal, single web page.