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Q&A Trying to use Markdown formatting on detail-section labels causes unexpected centered alignment in preview

There are sometimes unfortunate differences in the preview and final rendering, due to having to use different libraries for client-side and server-side rendering. I don't know if there's anything...

posted 6mo ago by Monica Cellio‭

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#1: Initial revision by user avatar Monica Cellio‭ · 2023-12-08T02:36:18Z (6 months ago)
There are sometimes unfortunate differences in the preview and final rendering, due to having to use different libraries for client-side and server-side rendering.  I don't know if there's anything we can do about this oddity.

In the other post you linked, the problem is caused by the markdown heading being adjacent to the HTML tagging, without the blank line between them that (as you noted) is needed.  Wrapping a heading in a `<summary>` tag seems unusual to me.  This feels like an uncommon case that we'll probably have to live with.