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I answered a question on Stackoverflow which seems normal on post.

When I add it to about page in my SO profile, questions title seems broken because of single quotation mark. [``]

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They're not single quotation marks, but backticks, so the Markdown parser thinks you're closing (and then opening a new) <code> blocks as you've seemingly wrapped the link text as such. You can just escape them:

[``Does it matter performance wise if there is an `else` after the first `return`?``](http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14102954/does-it-matter-performance-wise-if-there-is-an-else-after-the-first-return)

produces

Does it matter performance wise if there is an `else` after the first `return`?

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@Manishearth: Why is it a bug? – Martijn Pieters Jan 2 '13 at 18:51
    
@TimStone: Nvm, misunderstood your answer. – Manishearth Jan 2 '13 at 18:55

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