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What I suggest, and which mirrors practice on the (possibly quite non-representative) slice of discussion fora I have participated in over the years is: Clearly label sensitive information. In other fora, this often involves linking your username to some real world information-- I'm thinking of old timey mailing lists, or fora where people just sign with ...


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Re order the tags: >! <sub>subscript spoiler</sub> | normal spoiler The line needs to start with >!. You can put subscript inside the spoiler, but you can't wrap the whole spoiler in subscript with <sub>>! spoiler</sub> like you were doing.


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Talk to your players Tell them that you are asking these sorts of questions and ask them to avoid looking at those while enjoying the site. Also, follow @Novak’s advice in case the players trip over it without looking for it. As for point 1 of that answer, just tell them your username. Ultimately, if they want to spoil their dinner, you’re not their mother.


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The linebreak before "If" breaks the spoiler markdown. Curse of Strahd spoilers ahead. Fixed (by deleting the linebreak), it looks like: Alternatively, we can fix it like this: With a double space at the end of the first two line in the spoiler block. This is the solution I went with, as this matches the rendering in the adventure's text.


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After seeing the related Q&A on Main Meta (thanks to Rubiksmoose for finding it): Line after blockquote in spoiler not a spoiler? I have solved the problem I was having by adding a <p> tag after the nested quote. Specifically, what I had before (what I used in this meta question) is this: >!This is a spoiler quote and is hidden.<blockquote&...


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Spoilers now hide on hover via a different mechanism, as a result images are supported.


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The linebreak is indeed what broke the spoiler format. If you wish to still format these with a new-line within, simply include two spaces after the first line and readd the >! to the following line. >!Spoilers followed by a double-space >!Following line after line-break


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