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I am using WordPress, and when I post some post data into my WordPress post, including some html code, as follows:

<code><div id="access"></div></code>

I want the code to be displayed, but the code is not displayed.

How can I make it work?

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Syntax Highlighter Evolved is the best plugin to use IMHO.

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You have to escape the < and > signs with their HTML entities:

&lt;div id="access"&gt;&lt;/div&gt;

Now, the browser doesn't render the code inside of the <code> blocks.

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Try this plugin, Preserve Code Formatting, Wordpress will tend to strip some html tags.

Or you can character encode your html tags.

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If it is not display correctly and shows up as regular paragraph text. You would have to format the <code> property within your style sheet if it is not yet styled.

Here is an example

code {font-family:lucida console}

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