Markdown Inline code


Example

Markdown supports adding inline code like this, obtained by wrapping text in backticks:

`code here`

Alternatively, you can put your inline code between <code> and </code> HTML tags.

Consider the following markdown code:

`This` is an inline code block! <code>This</code> is one too!

That would produce the following output:

This is an inline code block! This is one too!


If you need to include a backtick inside inline code, you can use multiple backticks to begin and end the inline code block, like this:

``code containing a backtick (`) character``

That would produce the following output:

code containing a backtick (`) character


Use \ to escape backticks. For example:

\`a\`

will be rendered as

`a`