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Note: The above example is just a demo and not a real talk. Here’s a live example: tlk.io/hey.
Add a tlk.io talk to your own site!
1. Customize the talk window..
- Channel name
Will also be public at: tlk.io/hey
* Optional: You can customize how the talk looks by adding your own CSS file. It will override the default.
If you already have a login for your users, you can use their names for this talk too. In the embed code, add a data-nickname attribute with the user’s name. Like data-nickname="somename" .
Two. Copy the code below onto your site.
That’s it. Done! You should see your talk like the demo below.
Terms: By adding tlk.io to your site you agree to the following terms: This talk service is provided under an "as is" condition. It might switch or will be discontinued without prior notice. The creators of this service can’t be held liable in any way.
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There is an unofficial tlk.io WP plugin that you can install.
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Tips & Tricks
- If you type @ + username, like @matt, it will highlight the message to that user. Click the circle avatar to quickly add it to the input.
- If you use a hash tag (#), it automatically turns them into channel links, like #hey.
- If you paste a link to an picture, it will display the photo inline. Also, pasted URLs will turn into links.
- There is some (limited) Markdown support: __bold__ _italic_ `code`
* list > blockquote — hr [alt](link) ![alt](photo.jpg)
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