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How Do I Embed a Keynote Presentation On a Webpage?

I just watched your video tutorial on “Building Non-Linear Presentations With Keynote.” I remember you doing a similar tutorial several years ago where you showed how such a presentation could be integrated into a website using iWeb. With iWeb long gone, is there alternative way to achieve the same result?
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Cameron

Comments: 3 Responses to “How Do I Embed a Keynote Presentation On a Webpage?”

    1 year ago

    I think the episode you mean is this one: Creating Simple Websites With Keynote. It had nothing to do with iWeb, though.

    That same technique can be done today, and works with the new Keynote video you are referring to. All you need to do is to choose File, Export To, HTML. Then you’ll need to upload the resulting HTML to your web server.

    Cameron
    1 year ago

    I successfully exported the Keynote presentation to a .html (and accompanying assets folder). The WYSIWYG website builder we use (Weebly) doesn’t allow HTML file uploads, but it does allow HTML code embedding. I opened the file in Safari and accessed the source code via the Developer menu, then copy and pasted it into the embed element of the site builder. But when I publish it, it’s a blank page. Is this because it doesn’t have access to the assets folder?

    1 year ago

    Cameron: I can’t say for sure, since I don’t know this tool you are using. But it sounds like you simply added the html code from the main page. That won’t work by itself as it needs ALL of the files. Plus, it probably isn’t as simple as adding the html code to a page — that code is a page by itself.

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