SMIL Timesheets is a style sheet language which is intended for use as an external timing stylesheet for the Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language, and is meant to separate the timing and presentation from the content inside the markup of another language (for instance, an SMIL Timesheet can be used to time an SMIL-enabled slideshow).
SMIL Timesheets 1.0 was released as a W3C Working Draft on 10 January 2008. However, due to the lack of SMIL adoption, other alternatives have been implemented, including the use of CSS Animations to externally time and animate HTML pages into interactive slideshows.
- SMIL Timesheets 1.0, W3C Working Draft 10 January 2008
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