prismjs user’s and developer community.


prismjs is a lightweight, extensible syntax highlighter, built with modern web standards in mind. It’s used in thousands of websites, including some of those you visit daily.

Our goal is to create a rich ecosystem for the prismjs user’s and developer community. We want you to use it, hack it, improve it and make it yours.

Welcome to the prismjs user’s and developer community. We invite you to discuss Prism, make suggestions and ask questions.

To report a bug, please use the issue tracker on GitHub.

DISCLAIMER: This community is not moderated by the Prismjs team. Although we occasionally monitor this forum, our answers should not be considered official support.

Any information found in this forum is provided as-is, with no guarantees on completeness nor correctness.

This is a community for PrismJS users and developers.

PrismJS is an awesome syntax highlighter, written in JavaScript that works in all modern browsers. It’s easy to use and extend, but can also be customized to be just the right fit for your project.

prismjs is a lightweight, extensible syntax highlighter, built with modern web standards in mind. It’s used in thousands of websites, including some of those you visit daily.

prismjs is open-source, free and distributed under the MIT license. It’s easy to use and to extend with new languages and plugins.

With prismjs you can easily customize the highlighting style to fit your needs.

Features

Syntax highlighting for more than 100 languages (and growing)

Automatic language detection (or choose it yourself)

3 different output styles (including minified versions)

Lots of themes (or create your own)

It’s easily extensible, so add your own languages or plugins.

The Prism community is made up of users, maintainers and developers. This page will help you find the right place to ask your questions and communicate with other people in the community.

The most important tools for communicating with the Prism community are Gitter, Twitter and Github.

Gitter is a chatroom system, similar to IRC. For example, there are a few rooms that are relevant if you want to discuss Prism:

Prism – this is where you can chat about anything related to Prism.

PrismJS/website – if you want to help out on the official website.

There’s also a room for general chat about things not related to Prism.

Twitter can be helpful for keeping up-to-date with stuff about Prism, or quickly asking questions or getting help. You should follow @PrismJS on Twitter (and maybe @LeaVerou too). In addition, we have some hashtags that might interest you:

Prism is a lightweight, extensible syntax highlighter, built with modern web standards in mind. It’s used in thousands of websites, including some of those you visit daily.

Prism was designed with a lighter weight approach. We don’t try to support every language or feature under the sun; instead we focus on keeping the core small and fast, while allowing you to build up your own language support with Prism’s plugin system. This means you can use it right out of the box but also have full control over every aspect of your highlighting.

Prism is open source and actively developed on GitHub by a community of contributors. We welcome contributions from anyone and everyone! To find out how to help, please see our contribution guide.

If you’re using Prism, please let us know! It’s always nice to see what people do with it.

You can get in touch with me and other users through the following channels:

GitHub issues: for all bug reports, feature requests and more in-depth discussions (preferred)


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