It is often the case that the piece of information that one is after is to be found within the "fine print" of an answer. The example that I currently came across with is the following. How one can add sectioning in
Googling answers were not straight. The solution was found (BTW, not using goole directly) in Stefan Kottwitz's answer. However, it is found in the 7th item of his answer.
For those who will encounter the same question in the future I want to some how highlight this part of the answer. So, is the best way to post a new question and answer it immediately, giving credit to the original answer? Or and another comment which will help google to find this answer? What would you suggest?