Project for tomorrow -(expand source)-

Work through this tutorial – http://devmd.com/r/posting-source-code-in-wordpress-posts

Another? – (related-info-source) here – http://en.support.wordpress.com/code/posting-source-code/

UPDATED – 5:05pm Tuesday 30 Nov – Maybe Saturday might allow (time) for this project to be completed then.

 ~ Superuser ~
+ Visit Superuser + Click this image +

UPDATED – 8:55am Sunday 12 Dec – It has taken some time to get back to this little project, .. (Here goes)

The first thing when using these (two) plugin’s – # SyntaxHighlighter Evolved -&- # Visual Code Editor – is that you MUST use the HTML-Tabbed-Page to enter the underlying ‘short-codes’.

Expand the code; – From a previous post -> Kubrick theme – (customised dtab plugin) <-

[sourcecode language=”php”]
<?php
if (function_exists(‘dtab_list_tabs’)) {
dtab_list_tabs();
}
?>
[/sourcecode]

OK – Its 9:17am – Got the SyntaxHighlighter working – And that looks fantastic, with the the code box collapsed, (click the plus (+) symbol) – ALSO visited url – http://en.support.wordpress.com/code/posting-source-code/

I get a sneaking suspicion, .. (Only need SyntaxHighlighter?)
There MIGHT be an easier way (method) to do this, … (LIKE; – requiring only one (1) plugin).
Some experimentation -/- testing is required to confirm this.

QUOTE
While WordPress.com doesn’t allow you to use potentially dangerous code on your blog, there is a way to post source code for viewing. We have created a shortcode you can wrap around source code that preserves its formatting and even provides syntax highlighting for certain languages, like so:
END-QUOTE

UPDATE-FINISHED – 9:45am – Time for Sunday breakfast – and consider an appropriate image for this post

“” (an empty string)

“” (an empty string) – googled? – (answer=yes)

+ null_object-211 +
~ null_object ~ CLICK this image to visit the url that it came from
~ null_object-211 ~

QUOTED-FROM-URL: – http://www.nczonline.net/blog/2009/11/30/empty-image-src-can-destroy-your-site/
In today’s web development world, we’re all doing something along these lines, whether we know it or not. Download a new WordPress theme? Make sure you’ll filled in all default arguments. Using a CMS at work? Make sure all your image URL fields are validated. It’s frightening easy to end up with this bad code on your page

WHAT ALL THIS -???-
Well the real reason for this post is to provide a link to url – http://webdosanddonts.com/ – Which provide some MORE useful hints for the keen (amateur) web-developer.

Especially when they to point to something that I might be interested in LIKE *.css – http://css-tricks.com/the-css-box-model/