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What's the exact syntax for spoiler markup [duplicate]

Following the Do we want the “spoiler” feature turned off? thread on meta.tex.sx, it's clear that the spoiler markup has a wrinkle or two that I didn't at first appreciate. For information's sake, ...
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“Spoiler Alert” option when making post [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Add markdown support for hidden-until-you-click text (aka spoilers) Let's be honest. There's nothing worse than checking your news feed and accidentally finding out the result ...
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Mouse over effect ! how to do it? [duplicate]

Check this Mouse over effect within blockquote I checked the revision for mouse over effect but no luck on it. how to do it? I'm not sure this is a bug.
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Is there a feature like LiveJournal's “cut”? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Add a <spoiler> tag that makes hidden-until-you-click text Is there something like LiveJournal's "cut" feature on the Stack Exchange platform? Basically, it's a tag that ...
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For proposed Movies StackExchange - Would be great to have a spoiler markup similar to IMDB [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Add markdown support for hidden-until-you-click text (aka spoilers) Possible Duplicate: Implement the <spoiler> tag [Apparently I committed some sort of grave sin ...
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Recent feature changes to Stack Exchange

This is an unofficial list/changelog of new features and various changes to Stack Overflow and the Stack Exchange network. It is maintained by the community, while a Stack Exchange employee changes ...
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Please add the ability to fold blocks of code in questions and answers

It would be great to have the option to fold code snippets, entire questions and answer posts on a user basis and allow defining some generic foldable regions within the question/answer editor. Non ...
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Should the markdown renderer treat a single line break as <br>?

Inspired by Markdown, One Year Later, a question I think would be better suited to here, than the blog's comment system.. As for #3, "Automatic return-based linebreaks instead of "two spaces at end ...
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Winter Bash 2017 Hats

Here's the traditional Winter Bash hats post. Same as last year there are two (and only two) answers: one for the secret hats, and one for the regular hats. Remember there are no hats for guessing ...
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Interface options for specifying language prettify [duplicate]

I'm the maintainer for Google Code Prettify. Markup authors can specify the language for source code, but not markdown authors. Are the SO admins interested in a way of doing this? If so, might the ...
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Can we get a way to wrap text around images?

Right now as far as I can tell all images have to appear as inline paragraphs, left-aligned with other paragraphs. For sites like Stack Overflow, it makes sense... images are only used when you want ...
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SO-specific markup - definitive resource?

Is there a definitive source of all possible markup for all the SO sites? For instance, I saw on one meta site someone putting tag links in their question, and it showed up looking like the actual ...
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Implement the <spoiler> tag

Please consider implementing the request for some sort of a spoiler markdown using the following syntax: why did we trust <spoiler>rchern</spoiler> ? WHY OH GOD WHY? <spoiler> The ...
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Differentiate spoilers from empty block quotes

I have to admit, I didn't even know spoilers were supported until today, but really bugs me that spoilers just look like empty block quotes before you mouse over them. vs.     ...
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collapsible region [duplicate]

I'd like to be able to add collapsible #regions within my post. For example Blah blah blah I am very smart and I will tell you how its done. Blah blah blah blah, if you're interested, that's like ...
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Copying profanities and obscene words on Meta

Let's settle this once and for all. When discussing posts or comments (on any Meta site), is it a problem to copy profanities and obscene words from that post or comment if relevant to the discussion? ...
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Could we please have a clickable arrow to expand hidden content?

For many questions/answers where I wish to provide background, explanation, mildly extraneous detail, etc., I would really like to have that little arrow thingee that one sees in the FAQ: To ...
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Add markdown for wrong quotes/examples

I formulate this feature request particularly with language sites in mind, but it may also be useful to other Stack Exchanges: On some, if not all language sites, blockquotes (triggered with a > ...
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StackOverflow disables jQuery if you post a code snippet with a jQuery reference

I posted this snippet of code as an answer to a question on StackOverflow: <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.5.1/jquery.min.js" type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8"&...
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>! notation in markdown editor [duplicate]

What is the reason why you can do this? This is the markdown code I used: >! When hovering you can see the text.
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Long code in question: Adding a hide/display button [duplicate]

Many a time and oft there is a real need for long sequences of code, especially stack traces or error logs. This also happens in other SE sites, TEX being a good example. Unfortunately, these long ...
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Markdown parsing might have some infinite loop for some malformed long pattern

Markdown parsing might have some infinite loop for some malformed long pattern Try copy paste following line or two to any markdown enable box >!>!>!>!>!>!>!>!>!>!>!&...
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Make it clear an empty box is a spoiler [duplicate]

I've made a comment in the thread about the spoiler markup about this, but I think it deserves a feature-request now - we've been getting a lot of use of the spoiler syntax on gaming. The spoiler box ...
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Using spoiler to have better answers [closed]

I recently asked this question. That was a homework problem; the response people gave was very nice, but in one answer they basically solved it for me. That was the most useful answer. I think there ...
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“Stack Overflow requires external JavaScript from another domain…” error after editing my answer [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: StackOverflow disables jQuery if you post a code snippet with a jQuery reference Steps to reproduce: Answer a question on SO (bug does not apply here on Meta) Edit the answer ...
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Site theme for tablets

On tablets, the mobile theme for Stack Exchange sites is overly simplistic. However, there's a lot to the full site that is difficult to use or overly crowded on a tablet, and some things require ...
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Please include info about spoiler sections on the “formatting help” page

As described on Add markdown support for hidden-until-you-click text (aka spoilers), it's now possible to create spoiler blocks/hidden text with the syntax >! Spoiler text Can a blurb about this be ...
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“Skip Code Snippet” links

Between The suggestion that tabular data can be represented well enough using code sections, The suggestion to use ROT13 for "spoilers" and the Web Content Accessibility Guides for ASCII figures I ...
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Is there a function that hides/unhides text?

It would be very useful to have a command that hides text, and not just makes it invisible as in the spoiler feature. The reader can then toggle hide/unhide if they are interested in a certain level ...
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PHP version of the markup used for the stackexchange?

Is there a php version of the markup used for the stackexchange, more info on the mark up at Stackoverflow's Markup.

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