This output format produces an HTML file that contains the Markdown source
tsukuyomi() is an alias of
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A vector of CSS file paths. Two default CSS files
(‘default.css’ and ‘default-fonts.css’) are provided in this
package, which was borrowed from https://remarkjs.com. If the
Whether to produce a self-contained HTML file by embedding all external resources into the HTML file. See the ‘Note’ section below.
Whether to generate a title slide automatically using the YAML
metadata of the R Markdown document (if
Whether to insert the
Karl (TM) randomly in the slides.
A path to the remark.js library (can be either local or
remote). Please note that if you use the default remote latest version of
remark.js, your slides will not work when you do not have Internet access.
They might also be broken after a newer version of remark.js is released.
If these issues concern you, you should download remark.js locally (e.g.,
(Nature transformation) A list of configurations to be passed
Tsukuyomi is a genjutsu to trap the target in an illusion on eye contact.
If you are unfamiliar with CSS, please see the xaringan wiki on Github providing CSS slide modification examples.
Do not stare at Karl's picture for too long after you turn on the
yolo mode. I believe he has Sharingan.
For the option
self_contained = TRUE, it encodes images as base64
data in the HTML output file. The image path should not contain the string
")" when the image is written with the syntax
background-image: url(PATH), and should not contain the string
"/>" when it is written with the syntax
<img src="PATH" />.
Rendering slides in the self-contained mode can be time-consuming when you
have remote resources (such as images or JS libraries) in your slides
because these resources need to be downloaded first. We strongly recommend
that you download remark.js (via
summon_remark()) and use a
local copy instead of the default
chakra argument when
self_contained = TRUE, so remark.js does not need to be downloaded
each time you compile your slides.
When the slides are previewed via
self_contained will be temporarily changed to
FALSE even if
the author of the slides set it to
TRUE. This will make it faster to
preview slides locally (by avoiding downloading remote resources explicitly
and base64 encoding them). You can always click the Knit button in RStudio
rmarkdown::render() to render the slides in the
self-contained mode (these approaches will respect the
Each page has its own countdown timer (when the option
nature), and the timer is (re)initialized whenever you
navigate to a new page. If you need a global timer, you can use the
presenter's mode (press P).
# rmarkdown::render('foo.Rmd', 'xaringan::moon_reader')
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