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permian says


May be it’s a well-known information, but since they don’t have it in corresponding knowledgebase-page, I’ll post it here.

- You can use an asterisk (shift+8) before and after some word instead of strong-tag (bold text).
- You can use the underscore (shift plus -) before and after some word for italicizing words.
- Use the “commercial at” (shift+2) before and after some word, and you’ll get some small text.
- Using asterisk (first in the new line) + space (before word) + some word (following text should be on the next line) will give you
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  • list.

    Your text after the list appears with indent (you see it right here), and I don’t know yet how to fix it. So may be it’s not a good substitute for normal html list-tags :)
    All this things also work in items description.
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revaxarts says

Nice one! Thanks for sharing!

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MSFX Moderator says

ooo, cool. I remember they used to have a document with all these shortcuts when you reply to a post but it’s just HTML now… I can’t remember what the name of all the shortcuts is but it’s like a schema, kinda like Less for CSS ?

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revaxarts says

ooo, cool. I remember they used to have a document with all these shortcuts when you reply to a post but it’s just HTML now… I can’t remember what the name of all the shortcuts is but it’s like a schema, kinda like Less for CSS ?

I guess you mean “Markdown”

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Joost Moderator says

ooo, cool. I remember they used to have a document with all these shortcuts when you reply to a post but it’s just HTML now…

When I saw this thread earlier I went to check the support Wiki, but I couldn’t find any documentation on this either :( I wasn’t aware of any other than the asterisk and underscore – nice to see that there’s more to explore :)

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VF says

The old wiki used to convey more info than current ones. It seems the new knowledge base pages lost some muscles in the process of losing fat. So it gives a pleasure of discovering the mysterious things with individual efforts! Even some license details not getting updated after changes.

Edit: :zipped:

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didgi says

thx for sharing

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Ivor Envato team says


May be it’s a well-known information, but since they don’t have it in corresponding knowledgebase-page, I’ll post it here.

- You can use an asterisk (shift+8) before and after some word instead of strong-tag (bold text).
- You can use the underscore (shift plus -) before and after some word for italicizing words.
- Use the “commercial at” (shift+2) before and after some word, and you’ll get some small text.
- Using asterisk (first in the new line) + space (before word) + some word (following text should be on the next line) will give you
  • unordered
  • list.

    Your text after the list appears with indent (you see it right here), and I don’t know yet how to fix it. So may be it’s not a good substitute for normal html list-tags :)
    All this things also work in items description.

Use exclamation mark to insert images

 !http://example.com/img.jpg! 

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MSFX Moderator says

^ ooo that’s tasty :)

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permian says

Ivor, heh, cool. I was going to figure out how to make some hyperlinks and images, but did not try very hard )

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