You could try to use a colour highlighting editor - such as ConText
I am using. Open VB, C/C++, Perl, Java, ... in the editor, and then export to HTML with colour syntaxing ... if you are working under Windows of course.
Or ... you could ask Steve Hancock nicely if he could add some extensions/variants to his Perl::Tidy, so that other languages could be supported as well. Perhaps something like -
supertidy -html -language VB -langdef VB.def -css=VB.css ...
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