I don't like reading walls of text when I'm looking for something that should not be difficult to explain, so when I was looking for how to make an inline code section, I pressed Code just above the question textbox and among other things it said:
To create not a block, but an inline code span, use backticks: Press the `<Tab>` key, then type a `$`.
And because I didn't read carefully enough the first few times, I pressed Tab and Shift-4, which added a $ sign to my Tags inputbox. Guys, could you make it a little less confusing in the example, perhaps some popular function name instead of actual keyboard keys?
To clarify, I couldn't understand the help message correctly, because "backticks" is not a word I encounter often enough in my everyday programming life. I also couldn't find it in my native layout, but it's right where the
tilde is (being
I think it would be somewhat better this way: