I refer to https://ell.stackexchange.com/a/20319/8712, but it uses the grey code format. How can one indent in general, including bolded, italicised, sub/super-scripted texts?
if you really need to
then you can always use
just copy and paste it
from this answer
into your own posts
and put a pair of spaces
at the end of a line
if you want to insert
keep in mind
ell isnt a place
or eccentric style
you probably want
to format stuff
like everyone else
at least i do
I'd like to suggest using nested blockquotes, like this:
Aaaa aa aaaa aaaaaaa.
Bbb b bbbbbb bb bbbb bbbb!
C cccccccccc, ccc cc'c ccc cccc ccccccccccc.
Ddd d dddddd dd dddd dddd.
Source: Eeeeeee eeeeeeeeee eee eeeeeeee.
>Aaaa aa aaaa aaaaaaa. >>Bbb b bbbbbb bb bbbb bbbb! >C cccccccccc, ccc cc'c ccc cccc ccccccccccc. >>Ddd d dddddd dd dddd dddd. >><sub>Source: Eeeeeee eeeeeeeeee eee eeeeeeee.</sub>
I don't think you can.
The three places to look for your formatting options on SE are:
- The help center entry for formatting and its advanced editing counterpart.
- The whitelist of supported HTML tags on MSE.
- The official Markdown syntax reference page.
Nothing on those pages suggests, to me, that arbitrary indentation is permitted.
Of course, there may be a sneaky, if imperfect, way to simulate indentation using the formatting tools provided, like nested lists, preformatted blocks of spaces at the beginning of every line, use of fancy Unicode spacers plus