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How to put your Powershell code onto WordPress page

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Supposing, you use the PowerGUI ScriptEditor. After writing a valuable fragment of code, you wanted to publish it in your WordPress blog. What would you do?

  • copy and Paste as Plain Text into your post?
  • copy and Paste from Word into your post?

Nope, the easiest way to do that is to

  • Save your code As an HTML page
  • open the page in any text or HTML editor of your choice
  • copy all from <pre> tag to </pre> inclusively (don’t bother about Tools -> Options -> Text Editor -> Tab; both states work)
  • activate ‘HTML’ tab in ‘Add New Post’ if you have ‘Visual’ one activated
  • paste to Edit Post frame.

Now this code in your blog is ready to be copied and pasted in Editors of your followers; it works immediately without any editing.

How to publish your code from Powershell ISE? Copy and paste it into a new document of PowerGUI ScriptEditor and just follow recipe above…


Written by Alexander Petrovskiy

July 5, 2010 at 6:49 pm

Posted in PowerGUI, Powershell, WordPress

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