In case you would like to include HTML to communicate/illustrate a specific use case you should add spaces before and after the < > characters, the system will then no longer recognize the text as an HTML entity and the comment can be posted entirely.
- Text between < > characters will be stripped out of comment, example < inSided example >. In this example only the text inSided example will be stripped
- Text after the < character will be stripped out of comment if the tag is not closed by >, example < 3 followed by text. In this example all the text after < will be stripped.
- Text will NOT be stripped out of comment if a space is included after the opening tag, example < inSided example >. In this example nothing will be stripped. (Ironically I had to use space after < in the previous examples as well to be able to explain them, otherwise the whole text would have disappeared )