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Wiki markup is an effective way to make your comments expressive and structured. Talk Inline Comments supports wiki markup with several restrictions. On this page you will find most useful markup syntax that is compatible with Talk: 

For a complete description of wiki markup in Confluence, please, refer to Atlassian's documentation.


 

Text Effects

You can use bold, italics and strikethrough text in your comments.

MarkupSyntax
Text in bold*Text in bold*
Text in italics_Text in italics_
Strikethrough text-Strikethrough text-

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You can provide links to external pages on the web or to a page in the same Confluence instance.

MarkupSyntax
Link to an external source [sometext|http://your-url.com]
Link to a Confluence page[pagetitle]

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Lists

You can use numbered and bulleted lists with as many levels as you want. If a list is followed by some text, it may be a good idea to add a blank line after it.

MarkupSyntaxSyntax for nested lists
Numbered List
# a
# numbered
# list
# a
## numbered
### list
Bulleted List
* a
* bulleted
* list
* a
** bulleted
*** list

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Quoting

There're two ways of quoting text:

  • by typing bq. before the quoted text
  • by using the {quote} macro.

The former is better for short quotations and the latter is preferable for lengthy ones.

MarkupSyntax
Single line quote
bq.
Multiple lines quote{quote}Lines of quoted text{quote}

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Emoticons

You can add various emoticons in your comments.

MarkupSyntax
(smile):)
(sad):(
(warning)(!)
(tick)(/)
(plus)(+)
(minus)(-)
(question)(?)
(info)(i)

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