Hey all, just a quick post, not really Isogenic related but it might help developers using wordpress to present code fragments to their users.
When using the WP-Syntax plugin in wordpress, an annoying problem when using the visual editor is that it will convert pointy-brackets and some other normal text characters into their HTML entity equivelents such as converting a < into <.
When this is displayed in code, instead of your pointy bracket you’ll get the < or > which obviously breaks any code you’ve written.
The workaround is to edit the WP-Syntax plugin in the wp-syntax.php file on line 114 and change it from:
$geshi = new GeSHi($code, $language);
$geshi = new GeSHi(htmlspecialchars_decode($code), $language);