HTML5 Project Brings Tablet Reading Experience to Any Browser

On Tuesday the Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit research organization based in Washington, D.C., debuted its first HTML5 project, designed to make lengthier stories more palatable for readers using desktop and mobile browsers.
The Center has fashioned a template that mimics the in-app reading experience of newspapers like The Washington Post and magazines like Travel + Leisure — minus, of course, some of the interactive capabilities, such as swiping, offered by touchscreen devices — in a web browser. Content is displayed in a horizontal, widescreen format devoid of distracting banner ads and links to other content. Users can pull up a left-hand navigation bar to navigate between story sections, and click on arrows to tab between individual pages. The size and amount of text on display adjusts according to the size of the browser.
Courtesy Yahoo News 

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