Create an Embeddable version
Something like JS Fiddle has, so I can embed inside of a blog post or on my website somewhere.
You can embed decks with a special url, just append /embed/ to the deck’s URL.
Currently, you will have to manually build that URL. We are working on making this easily accessible from the UI.
Update3: This is now available!
An example of use is here:
I have the same problem of F O, that is, Wordpress does not allow me to embed the provided link. It would be nice if this limitation could be solved. Thank you.
F O commented
I would like to raise the same issue that Anonymous mentioned. I am trying to embed slides into a wordpress blog post but can't because it's an iframe and they don't allow iframe embeds for security reasons (https://en.support.wordpress.com/troubleshooting-embed-links-and-shortcodes/).
Are there any alternatives?
Hi. I'm trying to embed a slideshow to WordPress. Is not working. I want to see it as frame but it shows up only as link text.
I've tried to add "embed/" to the original URL but no change.
Is there anyone who can help me? Please...?
AdminHakim (Co-founder, Slides) commented
@Flor: Yes. You can choose from three different footer styles when generating your embed code. Light, dark and hidden. The "hidden" style is only available on paid plans and removes the embed footer entirely. You can see examples of all styles here: http://help.slides.com/knowledgebase/articles/254996-embedding-decks
Flor Salatino commented
Hi! I want to embed the slide to a webpage. It's possible to hide or change the style of the bar that said "Made with Slides" with the premium version?
Thanks a lot!!
AdminOwen (Owner, Slides) commented
@Anonymous: If you have a Pro or Team account you can create private links to your presentations. You can optionally also add a password that users need to enter. More info about private sharing: http://help.slides.com/knowledgebase/articles/497154-sharing-private-decks
Hello and how can we do to embed a presentation but keep it secret to the public (= not accessible from the url) ? This is necessary for online courses when you want to control who is visiting a private page in your blog/website
Hakim El Hattab commented
There's now a button available on the deck page to generate the embed code so this is complete.
chad d commented
Awesome Harshad. Thanks for the work on this!
Mark Allen commented
Did you ever get any feedback on this, chad d? I'd really like to be able to do it, too.