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Components

MDX Deck includes a few built-in components to help with creating presentations.

Head

Use the <Head /> component to set content in the document head.

// example for twitter cards
import { Head } from 'mdx-deck'

<Head>
  <title>My Presentation</title>
  <meta name="twitter:card" content="summary_large_image" />
  <meta name="twitter:site" content="@jxnblk" />
  <meta name="twitter:title" content="My Presentation" />
  <meta name="twitter:description" content="A really great presentation" />
  <meta name="twitter:image" content="https://example.com/card.png" />
</Head>

Image

Use the <Image /> component to render a fullscreen image (using the CSS background-image property).

import { Image } from 'mdx-deck'

<Image src="kitten.png" />

Props

  • src (string) image URL
  • size (string) CSS background-size

Appear

Use the <Appear /> component to make its children appear one at a time within a single slide. Use the left and right arrow keys to step through each element.

import { Appear } from 'mdx-deck'

<ul>
  <Appear>
    <li>One</li>
    <li>Two</li>
    <li>Three</li>
  </Appear>
</ul>

Internally, the <Appear /> component uses the <Step /> component, which can be used to build custom components with similar behavior.

Speaker Notes

Speaker notes that only show in presenter mode can be added to any slide with the Notes component.

import { Notes } from 'mdx-deck'

# Slide Content

<Notes>Only visible in presenter mode</Notes>

Layouts

MDX Deck includes a few built-in layouts for common slide variations. Export a layout as the default within a slide to wrap the contents.

Invert

Inverts the foreground and background colors from the theme.

import { Invert } from 'mdx-deck/layouts'

# Normal

---

<Invert>

# Inverted

</Invert>

Split

Creates a horizontal layout with the first child on the left and all other children on the right.

import { Split } from 'mdx-deck/layouts'

<Split>

![](kitten.png)

## Meow

</Split>

SplitRight

Same as the Split component, but renders the first child on the right.

import { SplitRight } from 'mdx-deck/layouts'

<SplitRight>

![](kitten.png)

## Meow

</SplitRight>

Horizontal

Similar to the Split components, but renders all children side-by-side

FullScreenCode

Render fenced code blocks fullscreen.

import { FullScreenCode } from 'mdx-deck/layouts'

<FullScreenCode>

```jsx
<Button>Beep</Button>
```

</FullScreenCode>

Embed

Experimental

The Embed component is intended for use outside of an MDX Deck to render a preview of a particular slide. This can be used to embed slide previews in other places, like a blog post write-up of a presentation.

import React from 'react'
import { Embed } from '@mdx-deck/components'
import deck from './my-deck.mdx'

export default props => (
  <>
    <h2>Second Slide</h2>
    <Embed src={deck} slide={2} />
  </>
)
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