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Jira community site is useful for me to develop or use practically. 

However, it is too inconvenient to read when the But, HTML native code ( < > and so on .. ) is mixed.

 

Does this look only to me?  ( Chrome )

 

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Veera Atlassian Team Feb 01, 2020

Hi @Sleepless JK ,

Thanks for being in the Atlassian Community.

We are aware of an incident yesterday with our Community site. Are you still having the issue?

Can you please clear your browser cache and give it a try?

To clear my browser cache don't resolve this problem. 

It has been about a years since this happened.

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There is something wrong with your browser if you are seeing the raw html of community.

However, the code you're posting does not look like it is coming from the community site, it looks like raw velocity from jira

If that's the case, then someone has modified the Jira you are looking at and broken the velocity templates being used.  You'll need to get that fixed.

Oh, I see, you've misunderstood the post.

It is not Community doing this.  That is definitely Jira .vm code - it actually says that in the posting (note the linkblock.vm)

The grey area is a code block - it's used to highlight and format code, as the poster said in the post.

Now, I would guess this is quite an old post, probably from the previous version of the site.  When old stuff was migrated, control characters were inserted into a lot of code blocks.

To read it "properly", you'll need to convert them.  It's an old post though, so it might not be worth it.

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