If you come across these, flag 'em and ask a moderator to clear the migration history. We were supposed to do that when shutting the site down, but it's possible we either forgot or these were migrated prior to the shutdown event.


[link text](http://example.com) is how you do it. It works in posts too. If you go to post a comment, there is a link to a 'help' page. That page1 says: Comments support only bold, italic, code and links; in addition, a few shorthand links are available. _italic_ and **bold** text, inline code in backticks, and [basic links](http://example....


From main meta: [meta] – link to the current site's Meta; link text is the site name, "Literature Meta". Does nothing in comments on Meta itself. [main] – like [meta], just the other way around. [edit] – link to the edit page for the post the comment is on, i.e. /posts/{id}/edit. Link text is "edit" (capitalisation is respected). [help] ...

Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible