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Why does the Wayback Machine not show our text inside spoiler code? [closed]

See here. Why does the Wayback Machine not show our text inside spoiler code? Can't the SE team do something about it?
Ken Thomas's user avatar
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1 answer
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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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Consecutive spoiler blocks (>!) are shown as blockquotes

The markdown >! a >! b >! c Will be shown as a blockquote with ! in front of it: Instead of a spoiler for 3 paragraphs (or 3 spoiler blocks, whatever).
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expandable text in answers for version b and for explanation [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Could we please have a clickable arrow to expand hidden content? What about links in answer that stands for showing additional information? I have answered a question on SO, ...
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Policy for spoilers on fiction or literature sites?

Is there any official policy for mandatory use of the spoilers feature on fiction or literature sites, like https://scifi.stackexchange.com/, or is just a courtesy/fully voluntary? I didn't see ...
Merlyn Morgan-Graham's user avatar
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1 answer
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Spoiler Markdown shows up as normal blockquote

In the question What was Dooku's plan for the Battle of Coruscant?, I used the >! syntax to create a spoiler section, but it shows up as a normal blockquote with a ! at its start.
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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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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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Formatting Sandbox

Notes: Answers will occasionally be moved to the Sandbox archive when there are too many of them. When using them to report bugs, keep an eye on the post. You may also want to take a look at the ...
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Add markdown support for hidden-until-you-click text (aka spoilers)

Use cases: Programming puzzles. This way the answer can be posted the same time as the question, eliminating doubt that no answer is possible for hard questions and proving that the question is not a ...