Before adding Prism.js to your Anki deck, you'll need to locate the folder where your deck files are stored. The location varies depending on your operating system:
%APPDATA%\Anki2in the address bar, and press Enter.
~/Library/Application Support/Anki2, and click "Go."
~/.local/share/Anki2in the address bar, and press Enter.
Within the Anki2 folder, find the folder corresponding to your Anki profile (e.g., "User 1" if you have a single profile).
Next, you'll need to modify the card template to include the Prism.js files. Open Anki and navigate to the card template editor for the cards where you want to use Prism.js. In the
<head> section of your template, add the following code:
<link href="prism.css" rel="stylesheet" /> <script src="prism.js"></script>
In your card content, wrap the code snippets you want to highlight with
<code> tags. Specify the programming language using the appropriate class from Prism.js. Here's an example:
By default, Prism.js provides a basic set of styles for syntax highlighting. However, you can customize the appearance or choose from pre-defined themes by modifying the Prism.js CSS file or adding additional CSS files. Refer to the Prism.js documentation for more information on customizing the styles.
Incorporating Prism.js syntax highlighting into your Anki deck can greatly enhance your learning experience by making code snippets more visually appealing and interactive. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can easily integrate Prism.js into your deck and take your flashcard learning to the next level. So why wait? Give it a try and unlock a whole new dimension of interactivity in your Anki deck. Happy learning!