Present a Slide
A basic md content page can be rendered as a reveal.js presentation full screen.
Use your common Markdown syntax you use in Hugo, don’t forget, you can put html tags too.
Special syntax (in html comment) is available for adding attributes to Markdown elements. This is useful for fragments, amongst other things.
Please read the doc from hakimel
In the frontmatter of your page file, set type and revealOptions params
Your content will be served as a fullscreen revealjs presentation and revealOptions will be used to ajust its behaviour.
+++ title = "Test slide" type="slide" theme = "league" [revealOptions] transition= 'concave' controls= true progress= true history= true center= true +++
read more about reveal options here
When creating the content for your slideshow presentation within content markdown file you need to be able to distinguish between one slide and the next. This is achieved very simply using a convention within Markdown that indicates the start of each new slide.
As both horizontal and vertical slides are supported by reveal.js each has it’s own unique delimiter.
To denote the start of a horizontal slide simply add the following delimiter (dashes) in your Markdown:
To denote the start of a vertical slide simply add the following delimiter (underscores) in your Markdown:
By using a combination of horizontal and vertical slides you can customize the navigation within your slideshow presentation. Typically vertical slides are used to present information below a top-level horizontal slide.
For example, a very simple slideshow presentation can be created as follows
+++ title = "test" date = "2017-04-24T18:36:24+02:00" type="slide" theme = "league" [revealOptions] transition= 'concave' controls= true progress= true history= true center= true +++ # In the morning ___ ## Getting up - Turn off alarm - Get out of bed ___ ## Breakfast - Eat eggs - Drink coffee --- # In the evening ___ ## Dinner - Eat spaghetti - Drink wine ___ ## Going to sleep - Get in bed - Count sheep
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