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Embedding a Gist in WordPress is easy (via: Support —

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/12/08

Boy, I wish I had found out about this a long time ago.

Embedding source code in WordPress web sites has always been a pain, as the Jekyll & Hyde faces of the WordPress Visual & Text keep fighting about the content.

A few artefacts I stumbled upon on a regular base:

Not so any more: just put your code in a public gist, then put the Gist url in the code without making it an actual link.

The only drawback: for backing up (own your own content!) you now need to backup both your WordPress site as well as all your gists. For a restore if something goes wrong with Gist, you need to reinstate all the Gist links in your blogs.

Example: I embedded as plain text below.

@echo off
if #%1#==## goto :help
call :main %*
goto :eof
echo Syntax: %0 Project-Root-Path [Empty.ddp]
echo This will delete all empty DDP files, with the default second paramameter being "%~dp0Empty.ddp"
goto :eof
set emptyDDP=%2
if #%2#==## set emptyDDP=%~dp0Empty.ddp
echo emptyDDP=%emptyDDP%
set root=%1
::echo root=%root%
::Does string have a trailing slash? if so remove it
if %root:~-1%==\ SET root=%root:~0,-1%
::echo root=%root%
for /R %root% %%f in (*.ddp) do call :compare "%%f"
goto :eof
::echo %1
:: do not compare the predefined empty one itself, otherwise it gets deleted
if /I %1=="%emptyDDP%" goto :eof
::echo before %ERRORLEVEL%
FC %1 "%emptyDDP%" > nul
::echo after %ERRORLEVEL%
if ERRORLEVEL 1 goto :keep
if ERRORLEVEL 0 goto :delete
echo ### Wrong ERRORLEVEL
goto :eof
echo keep %1
goto :eof
del %1
goto :eof


via: Gist — Support —

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