Extends Soda's Monokai and the default markdown styles with additional syntax highlighting for YAML Front Matter, GitHub Flavored Markdown (GFM) and language-specific syntax highlighting inside GFM "fenced" code blocks
Get Monokai Extended for better highlighting.
If you already have Package Control installed in Sublime Text:
Preferences -> Browse Packages, and then either download and unzip this plugin into that directory, or:
git clone https://github.com/jonschlinkert/sublime-markdown-extended.git "sublime-markdown-extended"
After installing this package, open a markdown file and switch the language to
Markdown Extended, using one
of the following methods:
ctrl + shift + pand search for "Markdown Extended"
Markdown Extended the default highlighting for the current extension:
View -> Syntax -> Open all with current extension as... -> Markdown Extended
The following examples use the Monokai Extended theme.
Whitespace is significant only directly before and directly after fenced code blocks! Following these instructions will ensure that highlighting works properly and consistently._
This is very simple:
If you don't, it won't break your code but it won't always look awesome.
You will need to keep a space above and below fenced code blocks for predictable results with syntax highlighting. For example, this is what it looks like when there is no space before a fenced code block:
This is what it looks like with proper spacing:
Also add a new line after code blocks, but make sure that there is no trailing whitespace next to the bottom fence.
With a trailing whitespace
Without a trailing whitespace
The following languages are highlighted inside fenced code blocks:
Note that in order for a language to be highlighted properly, you must have the language installed in Sublime Text.
coffee front matter
handlebars|hbs: requires the Sublime Text Handlebars package
json front matter
yaml front matter
Copyright 2013-2015 Jon Schlinkert