Restructured Text Directives¶
- .. ifslides:: ¶
Include the directive contents in the output only when building slides. That is, when one of the Hieroglyph Builders is used.
- .. ifnotslides:: ¶
Exclude the contents of the directive from output when building slides. That is, when one of the Hieroglyph Builders is used.
The old names work, but will show a warning during the build process. Expect the old names to be removed in some future version.
- .. slideconf:: ¶
Configure slide-related options for the current document.
Some of the Configuration Options options can be overridden on a per document basis.
The theme option, if present, will set the theme for document. See the theme documentation for more information on themes.
The autoslides option, if present, must be True or False. If set to True, slides will be generated from the document headings and contents. If autoslides is False, slides will only be created with Sphinx encounters the The slide directive.
The slide_classes option allows you to specify classes that will be added to slides by default. This allows you, for example, to add a class that applies some styling to the slides. Note that if a slide has an explicit class set (ie, with the rst-class directive), the classes specified here will not be applied.
See Per-File Configuration for more information and examples.
- .. slide:: title¶
Create a slide in the document. The directive takes the slide title as its argument, and some optional settings for the slide. For example:
.. slide:: Example Slide :level: 2 This is an example slide. * Bullet 1 * Bullet 2
The level option, if present, will set the level of the slide, which is used for styling slides.
By default, content contained in a slide directive will be excluded when building non-slide output. You can change this behavior by setting the inline-contents option to True. When inline-contents is set to True, the contents of the slide directive will be included in all output.
The class option, if present, will add the given class to the slide output.
The following example will set the class red-slide on the slide output, and include the slide content (the sentence and the bulleted listed, but not the title) in HTML output.
.. slide:: Warning! :level: 2 :class: red-slide :inline-contents: True This error can occur when: * Microwaving metal * Leaving the gas on * Using a frayed electrical cord
- .. nextslide:: title¶
Splits the content at the directive when building slides. An option title may be specified as an argument. If not specified, the title of the current section will be copied.
Consider the following example:
Section Title ============= some content .. nextslide:: additional content
When building slides, this will generate two slides with the name Section Title.
The increment argument, if present, will append an index to the slide title.