How to Add Syntax Highlighter in Blogger Blog Post

Blogger is a platform where you can run your website through this platform. The website you design in Blogger's CMS does not contain Syntax Highlighter code. syntax highlighter makes your blogger website look beautiful. And if you have any kind of HTML, Java, or CSS code, you can use syntax highlighter to add such codes to any of your blog posts.

How to Add Syntax Highlighter in Blogger Blog Post

{tocify} $title={Table of Contents}

How to Add Syntax Highlighter in Blogger Post

Follow the procedure below to add Syntax Highlighter to one of your Blogger posts. Below you will find a variety of Syntax Highlighter codes, which you can add to your Blogger template so that you can easily use Syntax Highlighter when you want to use a post. Here are some specifications regarding Syntax Highlighter.

  • Code-prettify is built and designed by Google.
  • It is fully responsive and SEO-friendly.
  • Simple & Easy to use.
  • Faster loading than other syntax highlighters.
  • You can use this Syntax Highlighter Code on several themes

Step 01: To install Syntax Highlighter in your Blogger template, you must first install the Google code in your Blogger theme. To do this, you must first click on the Theme option in the Blogger Dashboard. Then you have to click on the drop-down button from the Customize button. In it, you will find the Edit HTML option. Click on it to go to the editing code of the Blogger theme, and paste the code below before the <body> tag.
<script src='https://cdn.rawgit.com/google/code-prettify/master/loader/run_prettify.js'/>
Syntax Highlighter in Blogger Post
Step 02: Now, in the second step, you need to add Syntax Highlighter to your Blogger theme's CSS. Below are some designed CSS codes, add the code you like to your theme's CSS. You will add this CSS code before </head>.


How to Add Syntax Highlighter in Blogger Post

Here are some CSS code styles that can you add before </head>

First CSS Style


<style type="text/css">.pln{color:#000}@media screen{.str{color:#080}.kwd{color:#008}.com{color:#800}.typ{color:#606}.lit{color:#066}.clo,.opn,.pun{color:#660}.tag{color:#008}.atn{color:#606}.atv{color:#080}.dec,.var{color:#606}.fun{color:red}}@media print,projection{.kwd,.tag,.typ{font-weight:700}.str{color:#060}.kwd{color:#006}.com{color:#600;font-style:italic}.typ{color:#404}.lit{color:#044}.clo,.opn,.pun{color:#440}.tag{color:#006}.atn{color:#404}.atv{color:#060}}pre.prettyprint{padding:2px;border:1px solid #888}ol.linenums{margin-top:0;margin-bottom:0}li.L0,li.L1,li.L2,li.L3,li.L5,li.L6,li.L7,li.L8{list-style-type:none}li.L1,li.L3,li.L5,li.L7,li.L9{background:#eee}</style>

Second CSS Style


<style type="text/css">pre .atn,pre .kwd,pre .tag{font-weight:700}pre.prettyprint{display:block;background-color:#333}pre .nocode{background-color:none;color:#000}pre .str{color:#ffa0a0}pre .kwd{color:khaki}pre .com{color:#87ceeb}pre .typ{color:#98fb98}pre .lit{color:#cd5c5c}pre .pln,pre .pun{color:#fff}pre .tag{color:khaki}pre .atn{color:#bdb76b}pre .atv{color:#ffa0a0}pre .dec{color:#98fb98}ol.linenums{margin-top:0;margin-bottom:0;color:#AEAEAE}li.L0,li.L1,li.L2,li.L3,li.L5,li.L6,li.L7,li.L8{list-style-type:none}@media print{pre.prettyprint{background-color:none}code .str,pre .str{color:#060}code .kwd,pre .kwd{color:#006;font-weight:700}code .com,pre .com{color:#600;font-style:italic}code .typ,pre .typ{color:#404;font-weight:700}code .lit,pre .lit{color:#044}code .pun,pre .pun{color:#440}code .pln,pre .pln{color:#000}code .tag,pre .tag{color:#006;font-weight:700}code .atn,pre .atn{color:#404}code .atv,pre .atv{color:#060}}</style>

Third CSS Style


<style type="text/css">code .str,pre .str{color:#65B042}code .kwd,pre .kwd{color:#E28964}code .com,pre .com{color:#AEAEAE;font-style:italic}code .typ,pre .typ{color:#89bdff}code .lit,pre .lit{color:#3387CC}code .pln,code .pun,pre .pln,pre .pun{color:#fff}code .tag,pre .tag{color:#89bdff}code .atn,pre .atn{color:#bdb76b}code .atv,pre .atv{color:#65B042}code .dec,pre .dec{color:#3387CC}code.prettyprint,pre.prettyprint{background-color:#000;border-radius:8px}pre.prettyprint{width:95%;margin:1em auto;padding:1em;white-space:pre-wrap}ol.linenums{margin-top:0;margin-bottom:0;color:#AEAEAE}li.L0,li.L1,li.L2,li.L3,li.L5,li.L6,li.L7,li.L8{list-style-type:none}@media print{code .str,pre .str{color:#060}code .kwd,pre .kwd{color:#006;font-weight:700}code .com,pre .com{color:#600;font-style:italic}code .typ,pre .typ{color:#404;font-weight:700}code .lit,pre .lit{color:#044}code .pun,pre .pun{color:#440}code .pln,pre .pln{color:#000}code .tag,pre .tag{color:#006;font-weight:700}code .atn,pre .atn{color:#404}code .atv,pre .atv{color:#060}}</style>

Fourth CSS Style


<style type="text/css">.str{color:#EC7600}.kwd{color:#93C763}.com{color:#66747B}.typ{color:#678CB1}.lit{color:#FACD22}.pln,.pun{color:#F1F2F3}.tag{color:#8AC763}.atn{color:#E0E2E4}.atv{color:#EC7600}.dec{color:purple}pre.prettyprint{border:0 solid #888}ol.linenums{margin-top:0;margin-bottom:0}.prettyprint{background:#000}li.L0,li.L1,li.L2,li.L3,li.L4,li.L5,li.L6,li.L7,li.L8,li.L9{color:#555;list-style-type:decimal}li.L1,li.L3,li.L5,li.L7,li.L9{background:#111}@media print{.kwd,.tag,.typ{font-weight:700}.str{color:#060}.kwd{color:#006}.com{color:#600;font-style:italic}.typ{color:#404}.lit{color:#044}.pun{color:#440}.pln{color:#000}.tag{color:#006}.atn{color:#404}.atv{color:#060}}</style>

Fifth CSS Style


<style type="text/css">a,code.prettyprint a,pre.prettyprint a{text-decoration:none}code .str,pre .str{color:#fec243}code .kwd,pre .kwd{color:#8470FF}code .com,pre .com{color:#32cd32;font-style:italic}code .typ,pre .typ{color:#6ecbcc}code .lit,pre .lit{color:#d06}code .pun,pre .pun{color:#8B8970}code .pln,pre .pln{color:#f0f0f0}code .tag,pre .tag{color:#9c9cff}code .htm,pre .htm{color:plum}code .xsl,pre .xsl{color:#d0a0d0}code .atn,pre .atn{color:#46eeee;font-weight:400}code .atv,pre .atv{color:#EEB4B4}code .dec,pre .dec{color:#3387CC}code.prettyprint,pre.prettyprint{font-family:'Droid Sans Mono','CPMono_v07 Bold','Droid Sans';font-weight:700;font-size:9pt;background-color:#0f0f0f;-moz-border-radius:8px;-webkit-border-radius:8px;-o-border-radius:8px;-ms-border-radius:8px;-khtml-border-radius:8px;border-radius:8px}pre.prettyprint{width:95%;margin:1em auto;padding:1em;white-space:pre-wrap}ol.linenums{margin-top:0;margin-bottom:0;color:#8B8970}li.L0,li.L1,li.L2,li.L3,li.L5,li.L6,li.L7,li.L8{list-style-type:none}@media print{code.prettyprint,pre.prettyprint{background-color:#fff}code .str,pre .str{color:#088}code .kwd,pre .kwd{color:#006;font-weight:700}code .com,pre .com{color:#oc3;font-style:italic}code .typ,pre .typ{color:#404;font-weight:700}code .lit,pre .lit{color:#044}code .pun,pre .pun{color:#440}code .pln,pre .pln{color:#000}code .tag,pre .tag{color:#b66ff7;font-weight:700}code .htm,code .xsl,pre .htm,pre .xsl{color:#606;font-weight:700}code .atn,pre .atn{color:#c71585;font-weight:400}code .atv,pre .atv{color:#088;font-weight:400}}</style>

Step 03: To add Use Syntax Highlighter to your Blogger post, you need to include the code below in the section of your Blogger post where you need to use Use Syntax Highlight. You replace your HTML, CSS, JavaScript code in "YOUR CODE HERE".
<pre class="prettyprint"><code class="language-html">YOUR CODE HRER</code></pre>


Final Thoughts

You can add Syntax Highlighter to your Blogger post using the procedure described above. Adding this Syntax Highlighter will make your blogger look professional with reference to any code and improve the user experience of your website. If you are facing any kind of problem, you will explain your problem in detail in the comments below. I will definitely answer you as soon as possible and tell you the solution to your problem.
M.IMRAN

Hello, My name is M.IMRAN and I am a professional web content writer. I am working on Upwork and some other Freelancing platforms and deliver quality work to my clients. I am also a web designer and design websites for WordPress and Blogger Platform. facebook twitter youtube linkedin pinterest whatsapp

Please do not enter any spam link in the comment box, Thanks.

Post a Comment (0)
Previous Post Next Post