-2

Although the title should summarize the content of a question, sometimes it is hard to synthesize the whole question in just a sentence.

It would be very interesting if there is any standard way to provide it. Taking into account accessibility principles, questions in Stack Exchange should be written in an easy and plain English, understandable for everyone, avoiding the using of jargon terms like TL;DR.

So my question is: Using markdown, what is the best way to format and remark a summary to a question?

Maybe the next approach could be correct?

Using markdown, what is the best way to format and remark a summary to a very large question?

marked as duplicate by ale, Community May 26 '15 at 16:46

This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question.

4

There is not, you should either narrow down the question, or use paragraphs in your question to split the various sections. One of those sections could be Summary, or the commonly used tldr;.

The markdown engine doesn't support anything like this, and in my opinion it shouldn't. I think it is important to make the question as condensed as possible. If that still produces a long question, create sections as described above.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged .