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=== The &lt;tt> tag ===
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The &lt;code> tag gives an ugly kind of yellow, probably you will like the look of KDE's <tt><tt></tt> better.  However since it is intended to be a multi-purpose tag, the syntax is a bit finicky.  When &lt;tt> is used inline, it produces monospaced formatting <tt>like this</tt>. The same effect will happen when &lt;tt> starts a new line. To get a pleasant grey background like &lt;code>, place &lt;tt> in a new line with a space in front of it. You can view the source to see how this works.
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<tt>myCodeSnippet();</tt>

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The <tt> tag

The <code> tag gives an ugly kind of yellow, probably you will like the look of KDE's better. However since it is intended to be a multi-purpose tag, the syntax is a bit finicky. When <tt> is used inline, it produces monospaced formatting like this. The same effect will happen when <tt> starts a new line. To get a pleasant grey background like <code>, place <tt> in a new line with a space in front of it. You can view the source to see how this works.

myCodeSnippet();

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