Let’s say I have following markdown content:
``` a b c ```
Blackfriday returns following html for it:
<pre> <code> a b c </code> </pre>
I would like to get the following instead:
<pre> <code>a</code> <code>b</code> <code>c</code> </pre>
Is there any way to change how code blocks are processed?
I don’t want to use any code highlighters, I just want to apply minimal set of styles, and it requires for every line to be in it’s own tag (spans should also do).
I can solve it in JS, but I’d like to have a static solution.