Syntax highlighting for code would be a nice feature to add.
Thanks, I am still learning just how much this editor supports. Keep up the awesome work, you have my support!
If you'd like to have syntax highlighting in your output HTML, this is currently possible with the GitHub Flavored Markdown processor (available under Tools → Options → Markdown tab).
Here is an example using GFM fenced code blocks:
Would you be able to also add a list of supported syntax styles? such as xml, json, etc? so that we wouldn't have to remember them all
Thanks for the great work.
This list should be pretty comprehensive:
Taken from: http://www.rubycoloredglasses.com/2013/04/languages-supported-by-github-flavored-markdown/
Is there any particular reason that syntax highlight is not supported when using the offline GitHub flavored markdown processor?
Offline GFM doesn't yet have all the features of Online GFM, mainly because it's not an official library created by GitHub. The long-term goal is to eventually get it to be feature-identical with the official GFM implementation.
+1 for getting all the features of Online GFM into offline, because the delay in updating the output screen is annoying/distracting. Is there another (offline) way to achieve syntax highlighting in code blocks?
+1 for getting all the features of Online GFM into offline,