SyntaxHighlighter WordPress Plugin

How to DISPLAY PHP VB PHP ASP CSS HTML Code IN WordPress Posts and pages?

SyntaxHighliter plugin for wordpress

SyntaxHighlighter Evolved WordPress Plugin by Alex Mills (Viper007Bond)

SyntaxHighlighter Evolved is a plugin by Alex Mills popularly kown as (Viper007Bond) over the internet. This plugin is based on the original SyntaxHighlighter JavaScript package by Alex Gorbatchev.

As blogs and websites created with WordPress CMS script don’t allow you to write or use potentially dangerous code on your blog’s content. Yet there may be a necessity where you wish to show some programming source code on your webpage for demonstration purpose and it wont either show up or show distorted as the server may execute the code as a script, but there is however a better way to post source code for viewing purpose. There are WP Plugins which you can use and with the appropriate syntex wrapped around source code that preserves its formatting and even provides syntax highlighting for certain languages. The Various Syntex Highlighter WordPress plugins allow you to Highlight PHP VB PHP ASP CSS HTML Source Code IN WordPress Posts and pages making them readable and understandable as a Highlighted source code example.


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For WordPress Plugins details please contact the Plugin Developers from the plugin homepage contact link. Generally plugin documentation is given with detailed configuration settings. Easiest way to install a WordPress plugin is to search for new plugin from the Dashboard > Plugins > Add new > menu. Install and Activate the plugin from there. The other way to install plugins is to download the plugin zip file to your PC, extract the folders and upload them via some FTP software to the wp-content > plugins directory. Once uploaded you will be able to see this plugin under inactive plugins list on Dashboard and can activate from there. If you find any other WP plugin useful for web developers, which may be listed here, please feel free to Contact us.


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