I don’t think the quotes are helping. It is actually a preview, generated by the
markdown-preview package, so you don’t need to call it a “preview”. If we’re talking about the same thing, however, it’s not a separate window. It’s a pane item, just like all the other editor tabs, Settings, etc.
My “window” that shows this “preview” version of the code is the same dark gray as the pages where the code is entered.
Like I said, this is exactly what I see with the package
markdown-preview, and I have shown you how to change the style.
Have watched videos of others explaining everything and that “preview” window will display accurately, having the colors indicated in the code.
If you have style instructions in your document, please share them with me so that I can experiment on my end. Are you absolutely sure that these people are using
Would you be interested in looking at this and advising me on the next stage for me?
I also would need to know how to post this on Github (presumably) in order to do this. Am doing some research on this today and will be figuring that out.
Here’s the quick way to do it: in your GitHub account, create a new repository. Then in your system’s command line, navigate to a folder near where you’re keeping your data and enter
git clone https://github.com/<username>/<repository-name>
Copy everything you want to share into that folder, open it in Atom, and you’ll be able to
push all you like (
commit writes your current changes into the history of the repository, and
push synchronizes your repo with the remote repo).