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Presenter

Contributors: aaroncampbell
Tags: keynote, powerpoint, presentations, slides, slideshare, slideshow
Donate Link: http://aarondcampbell.com/donate/
Requires at least: 4.8
Tested up to: 4.9
Stable tag: 1.2.0

Slideshow presentations made simple on WordPress. Design each slide as you would a post using wysiwyg. Works with most presenter remotes as well!

Description

You'll be able to create presentations in no time using WordPress's familiar built-in toolset. No need for SlideShare, with Presenter you are hosting your own presentations and can share them by simply linking to your site. The presentations are built using Reveal.js by Hakim El Hattab, which means it is extremely extensible, works with most browsers, and even works with presenter remotes.

Professional slideshows right on your WordPress site.

Collaborate on the plugin: Presenter on GitHub

Brought to you by Aaron D. Campbell

Installation

  1. Use automatic installer to install and active the plugin.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does this work with a presenter remote?

Yes! I haven't tested it with every remote of course, but all of them that I have tested have worked perfectly. My personal favorite is the Logitech Professional Presenter R800

How do I do background images or videos for my slides?

On the slide you want to add it to, click the "Show Advanced Slide Setting" link, then click the "Add Data Field" button.

For an image: Set the name of the field to background and put the URL for the image in the value field.

For video: Set the name of the field to background-video and you can add in comma separated URLs to various video sources, such as: //example.com/bearded-dragon-scares-kitten.mp4,//example.com/bearded-dragon-scares-kitten.webm,//example.com/bearded-dragon-scares-kitten.ogv

Can I make the slideshow look different?

Absolutely. There are several default themes included, but you can also make your own. If there is a "presenter" directory in your WordPress theme, Presenter will look there for additional themes. All you need for a theme is a .css file with a header like this:

/** Template Name: My Presenter Template */

The css file will be included and used in your slideshow.

I want to put my custom Presenter theme somewhere else. Can I? Sure. You can use the presenter-themes filter to add your own theme wherever it is. It is passed an array where the index is the path to the css file and the value is the name of the theme. Just add your own like this:

add_filter( 'presenter-themes', 'add_my_custom_presenter_theme' );

function add_my_custom_presenter_theme( $themes ) {
	$themes['/path/to/my/theme.css'] = 'My amazing theme';
	return $themes;
}

Changelog

1.2.0

  • Fix advanced link on new slides
  • Use the new editor JS in WordPress 4.8 to improve editor on dynamically added slides

1.1.1

  • Upgrade previous slideshows to use new notes UI
  • Fix notice when trashing slideshows
  • Fix issue that prevented slideshows from being imported with the WordPress importer

1.1.0

  • Added new user interface for slide notes!
  • Added support for slide data attributes
  • Upgraded reveal.js to 3.5.0

1.0.1

  • Fix version number issues

1.0.0

  • Original Version
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