I know we can internally link to a numbered slide (href="#/2"), but is there a way to give anchor names to slides, so that if I move a slide that is linked to, I won't have to also change the link?
Thanks so much for this, by the way...fantastic work.
This isn't current supported but would be possible to implement. Won't have time to get to this anytime soon but will keep the issue open for later.
Felt the need for this features a few minutes into using Reveal.
support for named links (closes #55)
This has been added now, instructions are here: https://github.com/hakimel/reveal.js#internal-links
Essentially you just add an id to a section and link to it via
this isn't an issue, per se, but a request for clarification in the documentation at:
I'm attempting to do the same thing as in the original issue above, for two reasons: the more slides I add, the more difficult it is to remember which reference in #/col/row format ; also, I find that I need to rearrange the slides to a more logical order. My problem is that, due to lack of knowledge of html5, my section ID's are not working, probably because I am not putting them in the right place. for example, in my initial slide, #/0/0, I put
at the very top, and closed with
at the very bottom. Then, in another slide, I surrounded a link with
<a href="home">some link</a>
unfortunately, this placement of section id does not work. Please advise the proper way to do this.
Hey, it looks like you're missing a # in your link, it should be:
revealjs: implicit listing blocks are now rendered as source code. Fi…
Explicit listing blocks will not be highlighted. I think this is what
most developers doing slides want.