Syntax highlighter converts code text to HTML where common language elements are formatted using style sheet classes such that the coloring scheme can be switched or altered as simple as replacing a CSS file. The primary release ships as an extension for BlogEngine.NET.
See a sample of the supported CSS classes
Supported programming languages
- Color codes several different languages
- Support for common language elements
- Preprocessor directives
- String litterals
- Support for types, i.e. classes, interfaces, structs, enums, etc. in C#
Blog posts on Syntax Highlighter
- Visual Basic
The orginal code base is the work of developer Jean-Claude Manoli
and provided for any purpose, including commercial applications, with permission to alter and redistribute it freely.