Disable the Rouge - Jekyll's default syntax highlighter
By default Jekyll version 3, ships with Rouge syntax highlighter. For some reason, you may want to disable it. For example, if you replace the built-in Rouge to another syntax highlighter such as Prism.js or your own custom highlighter.
To get Rouge disabled in Jekyll 3, just do the following.
_config.ymlfile located at the root directory of your Jekyll-based website.
Add the following line:
Now you have Rouge syntax highlighter disabled.
But this is not working with Jekyll-based websites that hosted on GitHub Pages. In this case, we need some trick with
syntax_highlighter_opts. Instead of
highlighter: none add the following lines:
markdown: kramdown kramdown: syntax_highlighter_opts: disable : true
This will disable the syntax highlighting on GitHub Pages too.
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