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Sandro Groganz's Blog:
Syntax Highlighting & Migrating Permalinks in WordPress
January 09, 2007 @ 07:39:00

Sandro Groganz has two new WordPress tips for users out there looking to do some syntax highlighting in their posts and that want to move some older permalinks into a WordPress environment.

The first post spotlights a package that makes highlighting in WordPress simple - the iG:Syntax Hiliter v3.5 plugin. He includes some sample code to show how the CSS is formatted which, in itself, is a demo of what the plugin looks like.

The second article follows the steps he went through to make the move to WordPress URLs from the previous format. He leaned toward mod_rewrite, but decided to go a different way and whip up a custom 404 handler to get people where they want to go. He includes the code (all 15 lines of it) to show how he did it.

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