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You can use your blog to create a presentation with the [presentation ] shortcode.
Rotation, oh boy
- Select different slide transitions
- Rotate and scale slides
- Choose colours or images for slide backgrounds
- Set transition durations and sizes
[slide rotate=45 slide bgcolor=#d3e7f8]
A wee bit of scale.
I an not sure how often this would be useful in practise. You need to be happy writing square brackets and slashed around your text, but it produced a reasonable presentation.
You can move through the slides with arrow keys, or hover over from buttons and a button to ‘full-screen’ the slideshow.
Here is a screenshot of the editor for this post:
You need a free scribd account. You do not need to pay for the book access.
Activate The Jetpack plugin
Turn on the shortcode module.
Upload your document to scribed, and get the mebed code:
The details of how to embed.
To embed content from google maps:
- Make sure the Jetpack plugin is enabled and you have activated the shortcode module.
- Open a map page find and copy the embed code.
- Create a page or post (or edit an existing one.
- Switch to the Text Editor and paste in the code.
- Publish or update your post.
Here is a screenshot of the bottom left of a google map.
Click the cog to get the embed code:
This open a lightbox where you can choose the embed code, the size and copy the code:
Once you have enabled the twitter-timeline feature you can paste in the embed code for a tweet and it will be nicely formatted.
You can find the code to embed a tweet buy clicking the elipsis and choosing embed:
The [[archive]] shortcode will produce a list of posts:
There are lots of options:
[archives format=option limit=12] gives a popup menu:
Archives Shortcode — Support — WordPress.com gies more details of all the options.
To embed an instagram photo just paste the link to the page into a line in the post: