Using slides.com for websites development?
Hello, I am front-end webs developer from Lithuania. Recently I tried out slides.com (presentations is my hobby) and realy enjoyed it. After finding out, that HTML and CSS are fully costomizable I thought of using it for developing simple static websites with it. What's the negative thing about it? Seems like slides.com is fully dedicated for presenations and not websites, even known they are 1 step away from actually becoming some kind of content management system. What about using it for this purpouse in current state?
Hey! Thanks for contacting us. We realize that our editor could technically be used to create a many different kinds of content but we think it’s important to focus on one use case. We’d rather be really great at presentations than just “okay” at a bunch of things :)
That said – people have already used Slides to create simple websites. You can either embed via an iframe or export to ZIP and host it yourself. The ZIP export includes all HTML, CSS, JS, images and fonts.
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