I want to use webflow to build a style guide with code demos. (example: http://ux.mailchimp.com/patterns/forms) I cannot seem to just make a pre block in an embed and put html in there. The HTML code always gets rendered. Is there any way to accomplish this?
Hi @maikelkoopman, Can you please update your post with some more information so we can help you faster? Things like your read-only link, and screenshots of the elements in question really speed things up.
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Thanks in advance!
Okay, ideally I want to create something like this:
In HTML you would use a
<pre> tag to keep HTML code. But anything I enter in the design mode is automatically compiled by webflow. The only way I can now make this work is by putting it in a textarea as a placeholder text. If I can get it in normal
<pre> wrapper, I can then use an external library like prism.js to highlight the syntax.
Navigate to "form elementen" for example. This is a kind of a blocker for me as code demos or part of what I need to deliver for this project.
Hi, can you paste your complete code you want to use as the example that are surrounded by
<pre><code class="language-markup"><a href="#" class="button"> button </a></code></pre>
Hi @maikelkoopman, I was checking in to this, and it is not currently possible to use <pre> or <code> tags right now. To style the code need a text element and styling like you have done, but syntax highlighting not possible yet for sites hosted in Webflow. You can still update this after export, if you are exporting a site. I hope this helps. If not, please let me know – I'm happy to assist further! :) Cheers, Dave
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