If you want to display and not render HTML syntax in your Markdown like this
you have two options:
You can type out the HTML you would like to display in an online HTML encoder [↗] then copy and use the encoded HTML instead.
For example the encoded version of
Using the Zero Width Non-Joiner
This option leverages the invisible Zero Width Non-Joiner [→] character.
This character is invisible and cannot be seen. Let's look at how to use this.
Let's say you want to display the following HTML without rendering it
Copy paste the Zero Width Non-Joiner character below then paste it where you see the
paste_it_here pointer, Thus
<paste_it_here h1></paste_it_here h1>.
Use the second option with caution as this can be confusing to other editors of your Markdown document.
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