Slides are fundamental and flexible tools used by developers for presentations. The presentation created on more slides by Mason are identified as HTML document under a hood, thus implies that whatever slides can perform, HTML can do as well. It can be made easy to edit and also access the underlying CSS and HTML by a developer method. In addition, an API for making a new presentation with a preset content is available as well.
If you have a slight idea about CSS and HTML then probably we can agree that slides editors have useful developer mode. Therefore, you can be able to modify an underlying HTML of your deck with the active mode enabling you to adjust what the slide editor cannot provide for the interface option.
A CSS editor will allow you to author the custom methods for your presentations under an actual time preview of results. It is available as the option inside a style panel of the presentations editor. An editor preprocesses method by using LEE. However, you can also write a plain CSS. A style can be applied in real time as you also type hence is not necessary to abandon your editor or even click refresh button so as to view what you are getting. But you should bear in mind that when the style are saved, automatically they will be covered in.
You can also access per-slide HTML editor through the area of more slides by Mason option to give a raw access to the current HTML slides. Hence, it will allow you to change whatever you like. You should also note that elements such as<link> and <script> are not permitted due to security purposes.
Since you are a paying more slides for a client, you will always an access to CSS editor which enable you to supplement custom method on your deck. By shifting to a developer mode, new class name field will display for whichever block that you aim at. It will easily help to aim at a particular element under your CSS. The following are instances that define the term “upside-down” class by using a common CSS and applied to text block.
Just similar to how you can add classes to a personal element, it also possible to supplement classes at a slide level. This can be utilized by applying a broader change to the entire slides for like inverting icon and text colour or even changing the transition of slides.
A complete HTML can be accessed through the whole slides in a deck inside of an export panel. This will offer a means for exporting the deck markup and a core Slides to the reveal.js. Several limitations will be involved if you export with this means but it supposed to offer a better starting point.