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There are no specific guidelines as such, but I often edit out these things: Backticks for highlighting something - please don't do that & let's use backticks only for code. Excessive bold/italics, specially for things like: I want to do this but WHY isn't it Working Needless to say ALL CAPS stuff gets removed out. I'm likely to convert "manual" list ...


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There are always some number of rendering inconsistencies between the mobile and desktop versions of Chrome, even if you're not using any beta versions. That's why we have a mobile version of the site, accessible via the "mobile" link in the footer - I can confirm that the table (while indeed poorly-rendered in the full site on mobile Chrome) appears ...


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FWIW, here's what I try to adhere to: Italics when referring to UI elements Press the Upload button to upload your image (Example): Backticks for inline code (Example): function abc(); Four-space indents for code blocks (Example): function abc() { alert("Boo"); } Backticks when refering to on-screen elements that are not GUI elements (Example)...


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