There’s a handy plugin for WordPress users, though be sure to use the HTML editor and not the Visual/WYSIWYG editor otherwise the
name attribute will be stripped from the
Here’s an example of some Ruby code to show you SyntaxHighlighter in action. This code is, taken from the upcoming AuroraCMS v2.0 – stay tuned for more news on this product in the coming weeks.
def force_login if params[:controller] != 'session' redirect_to login_path unless logged_in end end def force_logout(message = 'You have been logged out.') self.current_user.forget_me if logged_in? cookies.delete :auth_token reset_session flash[:notice] = message redirect_to login_path end
Previously I’ve used vim’s
:TOhtml command to export syntax-highlighted code snippets, but I think this is a much nicer alternative. It also means that we’ll have consistent highlighting across all of our posts regardless of individual poster’s preferences or .vimrc.