Export your Org document to Google I/O HTML5 slide. See DEMO slide.
Note: Org 8.x or above is required.
If you have
emacs24 installed, simply type:
M-x package-install ox-ioslide
And following code in your .emacs
cask user, just add following lines in your
(source melpa) (depends-on "ox-ioslide")
If you want to install manually, just do as following:
git clone this repository into
whatever/, then in your Emacs init file:
(add-to-list 'load-path "path/to/whatever/") (require 'ox-ioslide)
If Tired Of Memorize Magic Code…
ox-ioslide-helper.el is also available to help you interactively inserting verbose properties/options/attributes into your slide file.
This package depends on
makey.el, install it if not.
(require 'ox-ioslide-helper) then
Compass is a CSS preprocessor used to compile SCSS/SASS into CSS. We chose SCSS for the new slide deck for maintainability, easier browser compatibility, and because…it’s the future!
That said, if not comfortable working with SCSS or don’t want to learn something new, not a problem. The generated .css files can already be found in (see /theme/css You can just edit those and bypass SCSS altogether. However, our recommendation is to use Compass. It’s super easy to install and use.
Installing Compass and making changes
First, install compass:
sudo gem update --system sudo gem install compass
Next, you’ll want to watch for changes to the exiting .scss files in /theme/scss and any new one you add:
$ cd io-2012-slides $ compass watch
This command automatically recompiles the .scss file when you make a change. Its corresponding .css file is output to /theme/css. Slick.
By default, config.rb in the main project folder outputs minified .css. It’s a best practice after all! However, if you want unminified files, run watch with the style output flag:
compass watch -s expanded
Note: You should not need to edit _base.scss.