Comments formatting help

 

For text formatting, you should use  markdown - text mark up style.

 

Syntax examples (wikipedia)

This is not an exhaustive listing of Markdown's syntax, and in many cases multiple styles of syntax are available to accomplish a particular effect. See the full Markdown syntax for more information. Characters which are ordinarily interpreted by Markdown as formatting commands will instead be interpreted literally if preceded by a backslash; for example, the sequence '\*' would output an asterisk rather than beginning a span of emphasized text. Markdown also does not transform any text within a "raw" block-level XHTML element; thus it is possible to include sections of XHTML within a Markdown source document by wrapping them in block-level XHTML tags.

Emphasized text:

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*emphasis* (e.g., italics)
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**strong emphasis** (e.g., boldface)

Code:

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`code`

Lists:

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- An item in a bulleted (unordered) list
- Another item in a bulleted list
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1. An item in an enumerated (ordered) list
2. Another item in an enumerated list

Headings:

HTML headings are produced by placing a number of pound signs before the header text corresponding to the level of heading desired (HTML offers six levels of headings), like so:

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# First-level heading
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#### Fourth-level heading

The first two heading levels also have an alternate syntax:

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First-level heading
===================
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Second-level heading
--------------------

Blockquotes:

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> This text will be enclosed in an HTML blockquote element.

Links:

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[link text here](link.address.here "link title here")

Images:

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![Alt text here](Image <a title="Uniform Resource Locator" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uniform_Resource_Locator">URL</a> here "Image title here")

 

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