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9 responses to “Formatting Sample Code Snippets in WordPress”

  1. Arnas

    I agree with you that on some sites syntax coloring looks out of place. I use wp-syntax plugin myself and just like you said, it adds a lot of inline styles to the code snippet. According to plugin notes – “It also uses inline styling to make sure that code highlights still work in RSS feeds”. I was wondering if you know about any syntax highlighting plugins that let you change code colors?

  2. Harveen

    I have very less knowledge about editing the plugins. Learning from some tutorials. I’ll post some comments once i learn it in a better way. Is there any tutorials available for installation?

  3. Harveen

    I agree with you that on some sites syntax coloring looks out of place. sill i am new to this donot have much experience on this topic..I use wp-syntax plugin myself and just like you said, it adds a lot of inline styles to the code snippet.

  4. jon web

    I agree with you that on some sites syntax coloring looks out of place. I have also been looking at SyntaxHighlighter Plus recently but not finding it as easy as i i first thought. can you recommend a good tutorial?