Creating Simple Websites With Keynote

You can use Keynote to build a simple multi-page website. When you export as HTML, the resulting files can be uploaded to a web host. To make a presentation behave like a website, you need to create buttons and link them to other slides. You can also turn off regular presentation navigation and add other web and email links. Sites created this way are relatively basic, but can be updated easily.

Comments: 12 Responses to “Creating Simple Websites With Keynote”

    Antrim
    5 years ago

    Cool idea.

    Al
    5 years ago

    Thanks Gary, excellent podcast (once again!!). I’ve been struggling with making a simple website for ages. It never occurred to me to use Keynote. Very much appreciated.

    Rien
    5 years ago

    This is a great idea. Thank you Gary!

    Nicky
    5 years ago

    Fantastic – I have wanted to come up with a way for clients to do educational quizzes this is perfect for multi-modal learners. How can I protect it so they can’t make changes – they will be using it on an off line ipad.

      5 years ago

      If you export the “quiz” as HTML, then they really can’t edit it. They would be playing it in their web browser.

    Kerrie Redgate
    5 years ago

    Brilliant, Gary! Thank you so very much. I had no idea Keynote could do these things! I’m currently designing a Keynote presentation and will need to flip between 3 slides out of sequence due to audience participation. You’ve solved my problem if I can use buttons like this to link the slides!

    Israel
    5 years ago

    Thank you for shedding some light on the versatily of keynote. Well done Gary.

    inghilt
    5 years ago

    Wow,Gary! Your podcast are excellent.Thank you so much,love it.

    inghilt
    5 years ago

    Wow Gary, great podcast,love it. Thank you.

    Brad
    5 years ago

    I love seeing your tips in my mailbox! Sometimes I learns lots and sometimes I learns just a little but it’s never a waste of time.

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