29 votes

Use of back ticks vs quotes

Backticks create <code> blocks, which have a specific purpose in markup that is utilized on the technical stacks where actual computer code must be indicated, but less so on non-technical stacks ...
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14 votes

Unable to post Chinese characters?

A-ha. @jmac says We were getting a deluge of Chinese-language spam, and it was evolving so we just blocked Chinese characters. At some point in the future we will re-enable Chinese. Apparently, it ...
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2 votes

Code and table formatting sandbox

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1 vote

Comment Formatting Goes Awry

@MarkMayo was correct: the comment didn't format correctly because I had omitted the "https://" part of the URL. With the entire URL included, the comment formatted correctly.
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