As far back as I can remember, I used Google Code Prettify to apply the syntax highlighting on code block on CSS-Tricks. You know, where in a line like
<div> part is a different color than the
test part. This is very helpful for code readability. It also helps readers instantly understand what they are looking at is a code block (people like to scan articles, don’t you know).
It takes us a minute to understand that there isn’t anything you “call”, it just kinda works assuming you have the correct class names in place. We finish up by playing around with the CSS a little bit and making the code look more like it always has on CSS-Tricks.
The Google Code Prettycrappify has to be the bulkiest briefcase I’ve ever picked up.
Look at those HTTP requests go! – Also a stylesheet too BTW. Yay! another request!
As you can see I’m lookin’ to switch :) What else is out there that can also give Devs the ability to copy into their clipboard and still have line numbers without the crummy
Lastly, don’t forget this cool little tool you’ve suggested in the past that makes your demo code friendly to markup; I’m using it right now.
In CodeKit, the checkmarks beside the project names might help with the project reload time. I haven’t checked but just a thought.
I’m guessing the [html] and [css] buttons in your WordPress editors are shortcuts to
Do you have a snippet to create buttons like that?
Essentially, yep! I use this plugin: Post Editor Buttons
i use the prism to display the html ,but it does not work only with html…(sorry ,my english is not ok,but i think you can understand what i want to say.),here is the page:
I’ve changed a plugin