Slide properties


By default, the slides are created using a simple layout with two cells, but you can choose any other layout that adapts to your needs whenever you like.

To select another layout press on the Slide layout tab and you can see another panel that allows you to choose the layout and amount of elements on the slide. You can filter the number of available spaces if you want. 

If you change your mind later, it is not a problem, the elements you may have created will be placed in their new position. When changing between layouts of different amounts of cells, you could leave some elements out of the slide. 

Slide elements

The list of elements represents the cells of your slide. If a cell is free you can click on it to create a new element in that position.

The list of elements represents the cells of your slide. If a cell is free you can click on it to create a new element in that position.

If you click on a cell occupied by an element, this will remain selected on the slide and the panel will show you its properties. 

You can move the elements to other free cells or interchange their position with that of an already existing element using the drag indicator found at the right of the list. Simply click with the mouse and drag the element to a new position on the list. You can also drag the element directly on the slide for it to occupy the cell you choose. 

When changing the layout of slides with already created elements, some of these may remain outside of the slide. In these cases, you will see that the element that has been left outside appears marked with an alert sign. 

This occurs, for example, when you have an element in position 6 of a slide and you change to a 4-cell layout.

This can be resolved in any of these two ways:

  • Moving the element to an empty position: You can do this either on the list of elements or by dragging it to a cell of the slide.
  • Eliminating the element: if you no longer need it in your slide, you can eliminate it directly from the list. 

Margins of the elements

This allows you to personalize the aspect of your slide by controlling the separation between the elements and the rounding of its corners. 

Slide background

The background of a slide is white by default, but there are two ways you may customize it:

  • Color: choose one of the colors on the palette and set the opacity. In addition, you can choose any other color using the customized colors configurator.
  • Gradient: choose one of the gradients on the palette and set the opacity and the angle. In addition, you can choose any other gradient using the customized gradients configurator.
  • Image: You can insert a background image. Take into account the responsive mode ( in cell phones): this image will be reduced as it is considered as only decorative. If you want to use an image with content that is visible in responsive mode, you should use the image resource as a slide element.

Transparent background

You can make your slide transparent to integrate the elements with the background of the course.

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