Code Snippet Syntax Highlighter that Works with Divi – Review

By Divi Dude

This is one of those plugins that’s only going to appeal to a certain number of people.  People like me who have a need to add syntax code to websites.  But if you’re one of those people, then I recommend you get the plugin — Divi Code Snippet Module — from the creator of Divi Booster.  I tried 3 or 4 plugins in WordPress, every one of them would break eventually.  I’m not sure if it was them or Divi, but they played well together when I created the post with the code, but sooner or later I’d go to that page and the plugin wouldn’t be working. And instead of having code highlighted on my page where my readers could easily see it and copy it, it looked like a mess.

Here’s a photo of what the code would look like when on my site:

Luckily, one day I was perusing Divi Booster’s website and I saw the Divi Code Snippet Module plugin for only $9.  Since Divi Booster is such a great plugin and the Divi Code Snippet Module plugin has a 60 day money-back guarantee, I figured I would give it a shot.  And thankfully, I did.  The Divi plugin was just what I needed.

Just to be clear, the plugin creates another module within Divi.  So it is not a shortcode you place into the text module, nor does it create a new button in the TinyMCE editor. The other plugins I used that broke used these methods of highlighting code.  Because it is a Divi module, when you use it with Divi’s Visual Builder, you can see exactly what each on of the 73 styles look like. You can even mix and match the code modules on a single page or have different styles for different types of code throughout your site.  It’s all customized. Plus, you can still use the styling features of Divi’s modules.  I like to add drop-shadows to my code boxes to give them that little bit of pop off the page.

Divi Code Snippet Module supports 154 programming languages, which to be honest is 150 more than I need, but it’s great to have, especially for those of you have need to display code in various languages such as Perl, VBScript, C++ or more.  And course it handles PHP, CSS, JavaScript and HTML like a champ.

Now the downside for me, since I discovered Divi Code Snippet Module I now must go through all my posts and find the places where I use syntax code in a tutorial and redo all the code snippets. In the end, it will be worth it.

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