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References: Code block is not properly formatted when placed immediately after a list item Why do code snippets not work after lists? This is because any indented text immediately following a list is seen as part of the list, as Joseph mentions. Hence, if you have * list item some text some more text this is printed as list item some ...

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You can't, since only a subset of HTML tags are supported in the network's visual editor. The following is taken directly from the Help Center on Formatting: When posting on TeX - LaTeX Stack Exchange, you can use the visual editor (for questions and answers, but not comments), Markdown, and some HTML. If you're new to Markdown, you may want to visit the ...

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Formatting of posts can be done using the visual editor within Stack Exchange, Markdown and some HTML. The latter includes "the following safe, whitelisted subset of HTML tags": <a> - hyperlink. <b> - bold, use as last resort <h1>-<h3>, <em>, and <strong> are preferred. <...

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Indeed. This seems like a markdown "typo." However, it is a network-wide issue and should therefore be addressed at that level. There is a similar question related to this posted on the main network meta: Markdown help page is broken (badly presented/formatted) on every site.

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There is no need to do this, since one can display transparency as an overlay against another background as well. This is purely up to personal preference. I peruse the StackExchange network through Google Chrome. This allows me to copy-and-paste images directly via the image insertion capability (Ctrl + G); no need for saving the image and uploading it - ...

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The linked question has now been fixed as part of a general fix of several thousand similarly affected posts, see https://tex.meta.stackexchange.com/a/7326

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It's possible to strikethrough a text on a post using <s>text</s> It's not possible to strikethrough on the comment. It's possible to strikethrough a text on a chat using ---text---.

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Seeing your last comment: You could easily include that in your MWE, compile it and add a picture of it as a whole. The MWE could look like this. I don't think it's much reasonable to try to resemble LaTeX's output by HTML this way. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} This is a text~\cite{one,two,three,four}. \begin{thebibliography}{MM} \bibitem{one} ...

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You could of course say: It renders as [1] rather than [1]

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It took a little digging, but this approach works... First, there needs to be some latex (save as somefile.tex): \documentclass[12pt, preview]{standalone} \begin{document} \Huge http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Function\_(mathematics) \end{document} Next, turn the latex into a pdf: pdflatex somefile.tex Then convert the pdf to png: convert -density 300 ...

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This question never received an official answer, but it seems clear from Anna Lear's revision that this is status-bydesign; that is, expected behavior.

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Testing link prettification for https URLs: Formatting Sand-Box Testing link prettification for http URLs: Formatting Sand-Box Testing link prettification for protocol-less URLs: //meta.tex.stackexchange.com/q/208/21344

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