Join Justin Putney for an in-depth discussion in this video Embedding a Twitter feed via an iframe, part of Creating an Advanced Responsive Presentation in HTML5.
One of the major examples to using HTML for a presentation is that you can easily…embed interactivity that you couldn't do in PowerPoint or keynote.…You can do this with YouTube videos, Google maps, anything that allows you to…embed and Iframe or other content. So here I've got a site called Tweet…Wally, and this will allow me to create a twitter feed based on a hash tag.…And I've done just that and I've customized some of the colors here in the feed.…And it gives me an option to inbed. And there's an Iframe here I'm just…going to copy this and, switch over to my finder.…
I'm in the chapter two folder. And zero one start, and I'm going to open…the index.html file in Dreamweaver, and want I want to do is add a new slide here,…so each slide is associated with a section node.…I'm going to add another slide after the title slide, and so I'm going to type in section.…And I'm just going to make sure to add a closing sections.…I'm going to paste this Iframe in. And you'll have to type this in, so I'll…leave it on screen so you can take a look at it.…
Need more information on creating an initial web presentation? Watch the related HTML5 Projects: Creating a Responsive Presentation course.
- Embedding a Twitter feed in an iframe
- Creating the code for automatic playback
- Using MediaElement.js in your presentation
- Adding video and audio