Hey there, it's epicTylev! Here are some
few HTML text formatting features that come along with Discourse's compatibility to HTML formatting ⛄. And I do realize that some people may know this - but this is for all of you who don't know and/or want to spice up your posts with some nice extra HTML formatting.
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Over-glorified Bold (Strong)
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Change heading sizes by the amount of #'s you put before and after the text. Like so:
##### Super Small Heading Text ##### (PS: Maximum is 5
Quoting Selected Replies
To quote a reply, select text with your cursor, then hit the tooltip that says "Quote Reply
Emoji Cheat Sheet
Who doesn't love emoticons? Here's a cheat sheet for all the emoticons you can possibly think of.
Thanks to @TheE
Adding code blocks
Sometimes you want code to be shown exactly how it is. In order to achieve this, add code marks. Either hit the </> at the top of your text editing bar (after highlighting over the text), or add a ` before and after the word/phrase you intent to modify.
Also, you can use the
> symbol (greater than) to create one line of a blockquote. You can then do it in succession to get multiple lines.
Also, you can use the tags
<code>Example</code> to achieve the same purpose.
Optional Method for Blockquotes
First, for people that may not know what a blockquote is, here's an example:
To get a blockquote, you can add the tag
<blockquote> before the text you wish to quote and after the text you wish to quote (just remember to add an end tag, which is
Some certain aspects of Markdown may not work. But, some aspects of Markdown do work, yet there isn't enough space to cover them here.
If you want to learn more, just follow this link.
Filtering out Emojis :P
Just add a html tag that doesn't exist and stick the unfiltered smile in there.
Here's an example:
Want more symbols? Here's a link to all the UTF symbols you can think of.
Here's also a few more character codes.
Ah, hope you enjoyed this post. I had fun compiling it. If you see a feature that's not in the list, just lemme know in the comments below!
Now, I'm gonna go grab a cup of coffee now ☕ (