Tag / Markdown Code For WordPress

One of the small plugins that I’ve maintained – and used – for sometime is the Markdown Code For WordPress plugin. I initially wrote the plugin last year as a way to easily include my most frequently used markdown syntax into my post and comment editing. Specifically, the plugin supports: Backticks for code. Single-asterisks for […]

Markdown Code For WordPress

In the last release for Markdown Code For WordPress, I added support for strong and em tags by using asterisks, but as with all software, there are¬†always edge cases. And there lies the beauty of keeping source code openly available for others to download, use, and improve. So in the latest release, there have been […]

Markdown Code For WordPress

When I first started working on Markdown Code For WordPress, the whole point of the plugin was to create an extremely simple solution for making it easy for me to replace lines of code without needing to hop into the visual editor, or to install a larger plugin with full markdown support. Over the past […]

Markdown Code For WordPress

A couple of weeks ago, I released an extremely¬†simple plugin for easily using markdown code syntax within the WordPress post editor. I receive a lot of great suggestions in the comments (many of which I’m still planning to get around to working on); however, I had a few minutes to introduce one more feature: markdown […]

Markdown Code For WordPress

For those who have been reading this blog for sometime, you know that I’m a fan of using lines of code in my posts. I’m not referring to the larger code block (I use SyntaxHighlighter Evolved for that), but for code that exists in a single line much like this. The thing is, when I’m […]

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