Posts Tagged ‘ wp-syntax ’

WP-CodeBox: A better R syntax highlighter plugin for WordPress

October 11, 2010

About 10 months ago, I was looking for a plugin to enable me to highlight R code on my self hosted WordPress blog. The solution I came up with then was to use the wp-syntax plugin (with the need for some modifications). Today I was informed of (what I believe is) a better WordPress plugin

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Code Highlights in WordPress

March 26, 2010

I’ve come across a very useful plugin for WordPress which highlights code in posts using GeSHi called WP-Syntax. This plugin is easy to use and adds highlights simply by putting the appropriate tags around code blocks. For instance, we can make the following R code much more readable by using WP-Syntax. ## Generate 100

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Highlight the R syntax on your (WordPress) blog using the wp-syntax plugin

February 12, 2010
Highlight the R syntax on your (WordPress) blog using the wp-syntax plugin

Download link for WP-Syntax plugin (with GeSHi version In case you have a self hosted Wordpress blog, and you wish to show your R code in it, how would you do it? The simplest solution would be to just paste the code as plain text, which will look like this: x <- rnorm(100, mean = 2, sd = 3) plot(x, xlab =...

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