All settings done on the main page of the plugin is only related to the current blog
The plugin must be activated before beeing used on each blog of the platform. This activation is done at the top of the setting page of the plugin (“Blog” menu → “Syntax highlighting”).
Different Themes are provided with the plugin.
You can select between 4 Sets of syntaxes (see available syntaxes in each set).
You can hide the gutter containing the line-numbers of the rendered code by the plugin.
You can display a badge with the language (specified or detected) of your code fragment.
You may use web workers to provide parallel processing of your code samples (may be useful with big code samples on page). Enable this mode may consume a lot more memory in browser’s client.
You may also provide a user-defined CSS URL to be used rather than the selected one. The URL beginning with a
/ is assumed to be absolute else it will be relative to the theme URL used for the blog.
The plugin is able to interpret the YASH wiki macro form if activated here. See according documentation for usage.
The plugin is also able to interpret the SyntaxeHL wiki macro form if activated here. See according documentation for usage.
You should not have the several syntax highlighter plugins (Yash, SyntaxeHL and HLJS) installed and activated on the same blog else you may encountered unpredictable results.