code-callout - Create callouts and highlight lines in your Gists.

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Code Callout allows you to create links in your webpages to highlight and comment on a Gist embedded in the page. When you click a link, the page scrolls to the indicated lines, highlights them, and pops up a note. When you're done examining the code, you click a button to continue reading where you left off.



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