2. Create a new folder on the hard disk for each slide show and copy all the files for each slide show from the floppy to its folder on the hard disk. Each slide show consists of a set of Kid Pix documents, one for each slide; we will call these the "original slide files". (Note: in addition to the slide files, there will also be a "Slide Show" file; however, that file is not needed for the Web conversion). Rename the slide files slide1, slide2, etc., in the order that they appear in the slide show Make sure the file names do not contain any spaces or punctuation. Name the title slide "Title".
3. Convert the pictures.
b. Select Save as... from the File menu.
c. Pop up the Format menu (on the right side of the dialog box) and select GIF. (The program will automatically add ".GIF" to the file name).
d. Navigate to the slide show folder and press Save.
e. Close the graphic window (click on the close box or press command-W).
f. Repeat steps a through e for each slide file in the slide show folder.
b. If it's active, click on the Edit button or press return. SoundEdit Pro will display the sound graphically as a waveform. Select Play from the Sound menu (or press command-P) to hear the sound.
c. You can cut out pauses (especially common in the beginning and/or the end of the sound) by selecting (dragging the mouse pointer over) the unwanted portion of the waveform and pressing the Delete key.
d. Select Save as... from the File menu.
e. Select Audio IFF from the File Format menu.
f. Name the file "slide1.aiff".
g. Navigate to the slide show folder and press Save. You may now close both the sound waveform window and the Edit window (click on the close boxes or press command-W twice).
h. Repeat steps a and g for each slide file in the slide show folder, naming the files "slide2.aiff", "slide3.aiff", and so forth.
6. Create a new folder (Make sure its name does not contain spaces or punctuation) and move all the .GIF and .aiff files into it. Add to this folder a duplicate set of all the files from the "SlideShow Template" folder. (Open the "SlideShow Template" folder, Select All, then hold down the Option key and drag the files to the new folder).
7. To view the slide show, drag the file "index.html" onto the Netscape icon.
8. If you are creating a Web site consisting of one or more slide shows that are related to a class project (or if you are planning to accumulate several slideshows from different classes or years), you can use the "Slideshow Web site template" to organize everything:
b. Duplicate the "Slideshow Web site template" folder and rename it the project folder.
c. Drag all the slideshow folders Slideshow1, Slideshow2, etc. into the project folder.
d. Edit and save TitlePage.html, HowWeDidIt.html, Bibliography.html, and index.html to suit your project.
e. To view and text the project site, drag TitlePage.html onto Netscape.