Code Snippet DM

Display your code snippets in a stylish way inside your content.

Description

Code Snippet DM was inspired by the Carbon project.
We created a simple way to display code snippets but also have control over the way it appears, thus making it more stylish.
Also, on the front end in the top right you will find a Copy Code button that allows you to copy to clipboard the entired code snippet.

The plugin provides you with a TinyMCE button that will allow you to display the code or an option to use a shortcode.

You can open the shorcode [dm_code_snippet] and in the content inside and close it [/dm_code_snippet].

Options

There are a number of options that you can use in the shortcode:

  • background with options yes or no will enable/disable the color background (Default yes)
  • background-mobile with options yes or no will enable/disable the color background for mobile devices (Default yes)
  • bg-color accepts any HEX, RGB or RGBA value to change the background color (Default #abb8c3)
  • theme with options light or dark that changes the code editor theme (Default dark)
  • slim with options yes or no that changes the code editor from default to a slim version, ideal for one-line code (Default no)
  • language with options phpjavascriptcssmarkupclike, python, ruby will highlight the syntaxes based on what you select for your code (Default php)
  • wrap with options yes or no will wrap the code or add a horizontal scroll bar to display it as it is (Default no)
  • copy-text this is used for the text shown on the copy button. If it’s not added it will use the default option. (Default Copy Code)
  • copy-confirmed with options yes or no this is used for the text shown after you click the copy button. If it’s not added it will use the default option. (Default Copied)

Usage

[dm_code_snippet background="yes" background-mobile="yes" bg-color="#abb8c3" theme="light" language="css" wrapped="no"]
.dm-code-snippet.dark {
  background: $default-bg;
  padding: 40px 35px 45px 35px;
  margin: 30px 0;
}
[/dm_code_snippet]

Use the TinyMCE button if you don’t want to add the shortcode yourself. (see Gallery)

Gallery