Xenith was the name of a project to develop HTML5 capability for Xerte funded by JISC. Xenith is complete now, finished. It does not exist anymore.
The name Xenith seems to have taken on a life of its own, referring to the HTML5 playback facility we are currently developing, so when people say 'xenith' they mean the HTML5 output.
From: A list to facilitate and support teachers using Xerte Online Toolkits [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Shirley Crawford
Sent: 27 November 2012 19:58
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Subject: Xerte update
We do not currently have our own install of Xerte but I am hoping that I might be able to get something sorted out after Christmas.
I think it would be useful if Ron or someone could explain about what Xenith is in layman's terms as I do not have a clue what it is, also it would be useful to know what are the new features of the online templates.
Apologies if this has already been explained, if so I must have missed it.
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