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Release: [WordPress Plugin] SyntaxHighlighter Plus

This plugin is no longer being maintained, please check out Viper007Bond’s SyntaxHighlighter Evolved instead.

Latest version: v1.0b2 [2009-03-02]

As part of the ‘house-warming party’ (for the (re)launching of the website) gift, I now announce the immediate availability of SyntaxHighlighter Plus. :-)

The official WordPress plugin page is located here:

What is SyntaxHighlighter Plus?

SyntaxHighlighter Plus is a WordPress plugin for code syntax highlighting. It is an enhanced version of the original SyntaxHighlighter by Matt, Viper007Bond and mdawaffe. Please give them a big applause for making such a great plugin!

Features of SyntaxHighlighter

SyntaxHighlighter allows you to easily post syntax highlighted code all without loosing it’s formatting or making an manual changes.


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Oh, where did my theme go?

Ever since the word ‘blog’ has been invented (or discovered) I have played many different solutions, WordPress has always been my favourite. My old sites run on it, and my new site (what you are currently seeing) run on it.

I had a very tiring day, actually it’s a two-day roll. I’ve been completely sucked into making the theme working, and as a result of that I did not sleep at all last night. Fortunately the website is now up and running, all the basic stuff are done so in the upcoming few days I will be doing more adjustments and tweaks.

A few moments ago I took a quick nap, and I woke up seeing my theme was gone: WordPress reverted back the system to its default theme (K2). I never encountered such problem before so I googled it. Sadly no satisfactory results had been found. Right now I’m just going to rename the theme to ‘default’, seems to be working fine. :)


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