Yes, but try to fix MathJax ASAP
Obviously, why have MathJax on meta (and sandbox) if it is really not going to help us on the real site? It provides no help, and can confuse users new to the sandbox. Thus, MathJax only on Meta is a detriment to our site.
However, just imagine how great it would be to have MathJax! Now, there are problems with it and this ...
Use 8 spaces of indentation if you want the code block as part of the list:
Otherwise, if you want a code block immediately after a list, put an HTML comment (<!-- -->) with no indentation between the list and code block to reset the SE parser to normal paragraph mode.
Check out the markdown of this answer in the
That's not a red tag; a red tag would have a red font on a pink background, like the tag below.
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That doesn't work because HTML is not supported in comments. It has been suggested on Meta Stack Exchange to enable it in comments, but it got declined. See this answer from Jeff Atwood ♦
We do allow very limited markdown in comments now. Click the "help"
link below the Add Comment button to get comment formatting help.
* and _ for bold, italic
Markdown also mangles URLs in comments.
Here's an example. I posted a link to Wikimedia Commons with the following URL:
Unfortunately, Markdown saw the underscore characters either side of geograph.org.uk, replaced them with <i> and &...