* embed an iframe behind a presentation?
@ 2011-10-04 17:11 Matt Price
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From: Matt Price @ 2011-10-04 17:11 UTC (permalink / raw)
To: Org Mode
I don't think this is really an org question, but, well, here I am and
I hope someone can help.
I use org-html5presentation.el (this one, I'm pretty sure:
https://github.com/twada/org-html5presentation.el) to generate html5
presentations from org outlines; I do this for my lecture notes, and
the exported files look like this:
I thought it might be fun to embed a twitter feed in the slide
background, so students can ask questions or have conversations about
what we're doing while I talk. I had thought I'd just insert an iframe
containing a twitter widget into the background somewhere.
Unfortunately, I actually don't understand how these presentations are
really produced, or how I would insert code into the background. Most
of the formatting seems to be done in css, and the dynamic movements
all html5 black magic to me. I'm not sure how I would, effectively,
change the 'template' for the presentation to one that includes the
Like I say, I'm not entirely sure this is an org question, but I'd
still love some guidance if folks cna provide it. Thanks as always,
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