When I'm reading the MarkDown help page, I have trouble comprehending this sentence.
Like code blocks, code spans will be displayed in a monospaced font. Markdown and HTML will not work within them. Note that, [unlike] code blocks, code spans require you to manually escape any HTML within!
I do not know clearly about what's the meaning of the word
unlike (not the indented meaning) and the difference of
manually escape any HTML within in code blocks and code spans.
Because I found that they both keep the html tags.
both keep the tag
manually escape any HTML within
In my present knowledge of
manually escape HTML within is to remove
<h1> manually, however we should manually remove
<h1> both in code blocks and code spans in the example above. So where I went wrong in comprehending this sentence?
Forgive my poor English comprehension ability.