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We customised the navy theme from Hexo a lot for this site, including shifting all our styles from`.styl` files to `.scss` and writing a gulp build pipeline, rather than relying on hexo's default one.
In all the madness, we somehow broke code highlighting and I have not been able to fix it, though have tried various methods. This bounty is for making sure that any code block in any markdown file in our docs, like [this one](https://github.com/status-im/status.im/edit/develop/source/build_status/index.md#L57) for instance, renders correctly.
It's important, too, that we can have code highlighting and correct indentations for Clojure as well, [as here](https://github.com/status-im/status.im/edit/develop/source/extensions/tutorial_chat_command.md#L55)!
1. Must look like the designs for our docs site here: https://www.figma.com/file/MHMQZfRpQZ6ScJYPYnsvquVY/Websites-v2?node-id=0%3A1
3. Probably best not to use a hexo plugin (as those seem to not work in my experience) and rather be a `js` file we host in `themes/navy/source/js`. However, if you can get one of the cool plugins like https://github.com/ele828/hexo-prism-plugin actually working, it would also be an acceptable solution.