Converting a PowerPoint Presentation to HTML5 is an excellent way to share it with many people. HTML5 is more important than ever since Apple ditched Flash a few years ago. If you want a presentation with Audio and Video on the web, then HTML5 is the way to go.

You may already know about HTML5’s native capability to handle audio and video. This article aims to help you convert your presentation into HTML5 to share it as part of a web page.

What Is HTML5?

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HTML5 is the latest version of the Hypertext Markup Language. This latest version added native support for graphics which enabled it to replace adobe flash. It is lightweight and efficient. Apple devices and most web browsers do not support flash now, but instead support HTML5.

What Is The Advantage of Converting Presentations To HTML5?

The main advantage of converting a PowerPoint presentation into HTML5 is that the presentation becomes available to many people. All you need to do is share a link to the presentation’s web page and people will be able to view it on almost any modern device.

How To Convert PowerPoint Presentations To HTML5 Format?

Here are a few ways to convert PowerPoint Presentations To HTML5

DigitalOfficePro’s PowerPoint to HTML5 Converter

This software (though paid) enables easy and painless conversion to HTML5. The files you convert can be read on iPads, iPhones, Android devices, and PC alike. The converted format and be read on all modern web browsers including Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Edge, and Opera browser. DigitalOfficePro’s PowerPoint to HTML5 Converter is a paid software.

Save Presentation as HTML File

A simple approach is to simply save PowerPoint presentation as an HTML file. This should work on any version of PowerPoint since 2007. You can then use this HTML file to display your presentation on your web page.

You can also export the presentation as Images and then upload those images to a webpage.

It will take a bit of work either way, but you should be able to make a HTML5 presentation using these files. Audio, Video, and Animations may not carry over through this method though.