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To use a code block on the site, you press the <> button at the top where you are writing your post. You press it, then write your code, or you can write your code then press it.

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It automatically will indent, but you can also use Ctrl + Shift + K to generate one. You can also manually insert them by using a ```lua ... ``` block.

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Remember to use grave accents!!! NOT Acute accents, NOT single quotes, NOT double quotes.

You can also select the code and it will be in a codeblock.

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becomes this

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You can use two grave accents (again, NOT acute accents, not single or double quotes) for inline code.

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For some you can stack edits on each other.

Take the blockquote for example:

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One thing many don't know, is you can use # for headers.

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There are also bullets, and horizontal rules

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With the new StackEdit, there is even more ways to format your posts. I will cover those later on.