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fitwp says

When I begin a line with ”#”, all the content for that line is stripped, and nothing saved.

It’s not cool, because in some situation such as I need to provide sample CSS code to my users, which contains ”#” in the selector, and they don’t see anything.

In another hand, I prefer to use ”#” to numerate my points in answers, like ”#1”, ”#2”, etc. and that are totally removed.

Please fix this. Thanks.

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organicbee says

do you use code/pre tags?

#
#
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fitwp says

No I don’t. I’ll use for CSS code. But what about for list something?

PS: It’s not just about code, what I mean is a small bug of handling the letter ”#”, it can happen in other various situations. Strange behaviour.

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organicbee says

could use <ol /> (Looks like theres a bug here though)

  1. First
  2. Second
  3. Third
  4. Forth
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fitwp says

HTML is slow to type :), I rarely use them.

Anyway, thanks for your suggestion, especially about the code tag.

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