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Wp-Syntax Hacktify

Description

A plugin allowing you to change the WP-Syntax code highlighting color scheme elegantly.

WP-Syntax rawks for writing about geeky stuff, but I want it more blacker. And I want a CSS file to hack instead of those icky and inefficient inline styles.

I got the basic idea from WP-Syntax-Colorizer but went further with an external CSS file.

Screenshots

  • New colors for diff output
  • Some PHP with my new colors
  • Some HTML with my new colors

Installation

Prerequisite

  1. Install WP-Syntax.

Installification

  1. Either

    1. Unpack the zip file and upload the files to wp-content/plugins/wp-syntax-hacktify,

      or my favorite,

    2. Check it out fresh with Subversion:
             cd wp-content/plugins
             svn co http://svn.wp-plugins.org/wp-syntax-hacktify/trunk wp-syntax-hacktify
  1. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  2. Enjoy my colors, or override them yourself by making a file named uglier_syntax_styles.css in your plugins directory (wp-content/plugins)! Use wp-content/plugins/wp-syntax-hacktify/hacktified.css as an example.

FAQ

WTF?

Everything in the WP-Syntax documentation still applies.

If you’re confused by the CSS styles, look at the GeSHi documentation, and the language-specific files in wp-content/plugins/wp-syntax/geshi/geshi.

Contributors & Developers

“Wp-Syntax Hacktify” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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