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Create slides from simple Markdown. Use three dashes on their own line (
---) to indicate the transition from one slide to another. All other markdown features work as expected.
The output is always a single HTML file. This means you can open it in your browser without spinning up a web server.
In contrast, with vanilla Remark, if your main HTML file needs to load any other files then it can’t be opened locally without a web server.
Your slides can be stored in multiple markdown files and Premark will automatically “stitch” them together into a single presentation, even creating title slides for each section if you want.
presentation.html from Markdown in
premark -o presentation.html slides.md
You can also pass in a custom CSS file to style your presentation.
premark -o presentation.html --stylesheet style.css slides.md
Creating a Presentation from Multiple Sections
You may wish to build your presentation from multiple markdown files, each representing a “section” of the final slideshow. Premark supports this through the use of a configuration file, where you can specify the order of your sections.
Say you have a folder
md_slides containing individual sections
You could create a config file like the following:
# config.yaml sections: - intro.md - section_1.md - section_2.md - closing.md
And then invoke Premark with
premark -c config.yaml -o slides.html md_slides
slides.html will contain all four sections.