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WP-Syntax Editor Integration Plugin

Description

This plugin will add a button to both the visual and HTML WordPress Editor panel allowing you to easily insert code for WP-Syntax. WP-Syntax is a syntax highlighting plugin for WordPress which can be downloaded from https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-syntax/

Usage

  1. Select the text you want to have highlighted by WP-Syntax
  2. Click the button pre (WP-Syntax) in HTML editing mode or the icon with colored lines in visual editing mode
  3. Enter the language and starting line separated by a comma. The later is optional.

Screenshots

  • The first image screenshot-1.png shows the rich text / TinyMCE editor version of the editing screen.
  • The second image screenshot-2.png shows the plain text / HTML editor version of the editing screen.

FAQ

If I enter HTML tags in visual mode and click the button, most of the HTML tags disappear!

This is a known limitation which is caused by TinyMCE stripping out HTML tags which are not allowed according to its settings. A workaround is to do the editing in HTML mode (see usage).

I can’t get the TinyMCE (Rich Text) buttons to display!

Make sure that you have uploaded the entire contents of the wp-syntax-integration folder. If it still doesn’t work, drop me a line.

Changelog

0.2

Adjusted plugin to work with WordPress 3.3 and above in plain text editor. Note that versions prior to WordPress 3.3 are not supported any longer.

0.1

  • Initial release

Contributors & Developers

This is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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