I am writing a page describing to other users of my Galaxy instance how to add a new tool. Here is what I did:
- log in to my Galaxy instance
- click on "User"
- click on "Saved Pages"
- click on "Add new page"
- fill the form and click on "Submit"
- the new page opens itself in the "editing mode"
It is in such a page that I would like to add a few lines of XML as well as bash as examples. For the moment, for bash, I'm using "Paragraph type" > "Block quote". It's not perfect, but it works. However, for XML, even with this, it seems to be interpreted by Galaxy when I click on "View" (after saving and closing the editing interface). As a result, the XML I wrote disappears as soon as I save and close the page.
On GitHub, when adding an issue, one can use the markdown syntax (details here). Does such a thing exist for Galaxy? In the Galaxy editing interface, there is a "Paragraph type" menu with, among others, "Preformatetd" and "Blockquote". But these options don't seem to correspond to the visual display of code. Or am I missing something?
(I edited my question on 10/3, I hope it is clearer now.)