Inline Images



Important! Remember to size-optimize your presentation images for the Web.

Any JPEG, PNG, or GIF image can be displayed inline within any slide using standard Markdown image syntax. Slides containing inline images may also be used to display additional markdown content, such as headings or supporting text.

For a quick reference on standard Markdown image syntax see the Mastering Markdown Guide.

SVG image support - for pixel perfect rendering at any resolution - is available as a Pro image feature.


Learn By Example

This PITCHME.md markdown snippet:

---

@title[Deployment Architecture]


#### SAMBA Deployment Architecture

![SAMBA Deployment](https://onetapbeyond.github.io/resource/img/samba/new-samba-deploy.jpg)

Results in the rendering of the following slide:

INLINE

Click on the above image to view this slide within a live GitPitch presentation.


Inline Local Image Files

Using PITCHME.md you can display any image file found within your repository. For example, the following markdown syntax demonstrates how to display a local image within a slide:

![Logo](assets/img/logo.jpg)

Important: Relative paths used for local image files must be relative to the root directory of your Git repository, regardless of where your PITCHME.md file lives within the repository.


Inline External Image Files

Using PITCHME.md you can also display any image file found at an external, absolute URL. For example, the following markdown syntax demonstrates how to display a remote image within a slide:

## Apache Spark Logo

![Logo](http://spark.apache.org/images/spark-logo-trademark.png)


Important! Remember to size-optimize your presentation images for the Web.