To get code syntax highlighting for wordpress blogs, there are 2+1 options:
0. use an offline colorizer to generate html with the colors, then paste it in the “text” editor tab. This can be a bit cumbersome depending on your setup.
1. install one of the many syntax highlighting plugins
Since this is not possible for free blogs on wordpress.com, a cheap, bare-bones highlighting can be achieved by
2. wrapping your code in the Visual Editor like this:
The instructions and list of supported languages are here.
Unfortunately many languages (e.g. elisp) are not supported. For elisp, the closest I get is using clojure as the reference language.
It doesn’t look good, but better than nothing:
;; autosave sessions (setq desktop-dirname "~/" desktop-base-file-name ".emacs.desktop" desktop-base-lock-name "lock" desktop-path (list desktop-dirname) desktop-save t desktop-files-not-to-save "^$" ;reload tramp paths desktop-load-locked-desktop nil) (desktop-save-mode 1)