What I have discovered is that a bug in your import script skips sections of content when importing code segments. Every code segment will skip the actual code segment for that spot, plus all of the intervening content, until the next code segment.
I've worked out a few tricks for making things easier.
1. When copy/pasting code segments from the original, it's easier to insert some text like "code", make sure to add a few line breaks, then format your placeholder text as "php code". That will put it in the grey box. Now copy/paste the code from the original to replace the placeholder text in the box.
2. To get the anchor targets for the H- headers, finish the page with just the headers, then open the HTML view and copy/paste the whole into your favorite editor. Do a search/replace for all H2 and H3 elements, adding the appropriate A tags. for example
<h3><a name="DevelopinganExtrainMODXRevolution-MakingtheDoodlesBaseClass"></a>Making the Doodles Base Class</h3>
Then search for each H2 and H3 element and edit the last segment of the name attribute; the last segment, for example here "MakingtheDoodlesBaseClass", is simply the link text. Then when finished, just copy/paste your modified content back into the HTML view.
A few things that could have been done differently.
1. Anchor targets don't have to be A tags with a name attribute, anchors can link to ID attributes in the target element. There is still some controversy over which is preferable.
2. Images are enclosed in span tags, and also have inline styled borders. There's no reason why either of these are necessary if CSS is used to style the images in these pages' content area; for example the panel-content class could be used to indicate which container's img elements should be styled.
3. Something odd about the line numbers in the SyntaxHighlighter's plugin formatting; all code is shifted down one line. Possibly due to some CSS adding padding to pre elements that doesn't get applied to the gutter area? The extra spacing appears to be in the td class="code" element generated by SyntaxHighlighter. (see attached screenshot)
[ed. note: sottwell last edited this post 7 years, 6 months ago.]