What I’m trying to do
I am writing and e-book, and I would like to style code blocks in different ways – one code block for Python and another for the terminal output. I have managed to this this in LaTeX, but I have no idea on how to do it using CSS.
If this is too hard, I would like to at least be able to draw a boundary around the code blocks, to make them distinguishable on the e-book. Right now, with the default Pandoc output, it makes it quite hard to read.
I have searched the forums for code block styling, but I could not find something about drawing borders around code blocks.
Thanks in advance!
How do you markup those blocks initially?
I reckon you’re not using
```shell? And if so, how would that work for you?
And if you do either you can use CSS to add the border. I think I’ve seen some other examples related to pandoc where they possible use the media selectors for print to address pandoc stuff. Do a search related to that, and I reckon you’ll find something useful.
I am using the ```python block, the styling is fine when I export it as a PDF, unfortunately it loses its border rectangle when I export it as html, latex and epub from Obsidian using Pandoc. I am searching for some way to do it using pandoc now – it seems that I may be able to export it as a LATEX file, do the styling there, convert it to html then to epub to get my desired result.
I will update the thread once I have a working solution.
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