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Beautify Source Codes In Your Posts With Prism Syntax Highlighter For Blogger

Beautify Source Codes In Your Posts With Prism Syntax Highlighter For Blogger

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Here’s another feature that some of you might like to incorporate in to your Blogger site especially if you show a lot of code snippets in your posts articles, it’s a syntax highlighter based on a plugin developed by Prism. This is a nice and helpful feature to have because it makes CSS, JavaScript, and HTML codes easier to read by assigning different font colors to tags, classes, and functions. Plus, it comes in three different themes!

So for today’s post I’ll be featuring the tutorial by Aumkar Thakur of LordHTML, which showcases the plugin’s capability. You can check out his demo.

To use it in Blogger is easy, just follow the instructions below:

  • Go to your Blogger dashboard and head over to “Template
  • Click on “Edit HTML
  • By using “Ctrl+F”, look for the <head> tag
  • Copy and paste the following code before it:
<link href='https://www.opendrive.com/files/MV8yNTEwMTMyX1RRcTlS/lord%20html%20prism-default.css' rel='stylesheet'/>
<script src='https://www.opendrive.com/files/MV8yNTEwMTMzX0ZKbVdJ/lord%20html%20prism-default.js' type='text/javascript'/>
  • Save the template and you’re done,

Now to be able to use the feature, all you have to do while you’re creatingyour post (on HTML mode) is enclose the source code (your snippet) inside the tags with the appropriate classes.

To highlight HTML code

<pre class='language-markup'>
<code class='language-markup'>
Your HTML code/snippet goes here</pre>

To highlight CSS code

<pre class='language-markup'>
<code class='language-markup'>
Your CSS code/snippet here</pre>

To highlight JavaScript code

<pre class='language-markup'>
<code class='language-markup'>
Your JavaScript code/snippet here</pre>

Hope you enjoy using this feature!

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  1. kinh te says:

    Your HTML code/snippet goes here

    do you no 🙁

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