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Markdown could actually be a disadvantage, since WikiEducator authors are familiar with wikitext.

JimTittsler (talk)21:25, 12 March 2014

Wiki authors don't need to write/read markdown. They would just be using the UI. Reveal.js would be storing the content in markdown format in sub-pages.

Aps (talk)21:29, 12 March 2014

If it is in Markdown format, it won't render correctly on the subpages.

JimTittsler (talk)00:18, 13 March 2014

That's why I said that users won't need to read these subpages. Is there a way we can hide the pages? Or do you know a better way to store this data?

I'm thinking of trying to convert the main page only to a slideshow, but I guess parsing wiki text won't be that easy.

Aps (talk)01:00, 13 March 2014

My first suggestion would be to store it in wikitext format the way the prototype does. That might allow additional reuse beyond just the slideshow.

JimTittsler (talk)01:08, 13 March 2014

As per your suggestion, I have managed to store text in wiki only using div tags so that it can be read directly as well as used for slideshow and other purposes. Here is a demo I created -

Aps (talk)11:54, 17 March 2014