In a Markdown editor with code language highlighting, inline code, indented block code, and fenced code without a language specified would all be in a
monospace tag, so the word “hello” would be marked monospace in all of these examples:
`hello` hello \``` hello \```
(Ignore the backslashes.)
However, if I add a language to fenced code blocks, it no longer becomes monospace and is treated as separate code:
\```html hello \```
It makes sense to have this as default, but is there any way to make it so that text in this type of code block has a different theme? I would like it to be treated differently.