On mobile there's no CtrlK shortcut or mouse navigation available, and when I write
<pre><code> some code code code Manually escaped & ,< and > # These are the only things required to be escaped in HTML </code></pre>
$tack Overflow tells me
You post appears to contain code that is not properly formatted as code.
But the confusing center says:
Indent four spaces to create an escaped
So what? It means 4-space indention is equivalent to
<pre> <code>. This is code if I use
code(); It looks simple & simple to use <pre> tag Even if it doesn't look good in edit mode. Indention gives me no way to bold or italic my code. But who cares about edit mode? Who edits codes?
It's a great job to add 4 spaces before each line in my code when it's tens of lines long, so I'd prefer to change
&<>s into HTML escape sequences, which will not pass the test. Can this be more friendly to mobile? I don't want to repeatedly hit space and navigating through lines when a physical keyboard isn't available.
Edit: My question is "Using indention is mandatory for code, which makes it unfriendly for mobile". Why can't I use