I mean writing questions/answers in Mathematica notebook, and converting it to string/file which can be copied and pasted here with good appearance.

I've tried a little. four spaces ,* *, such MarkDown is easy to achieve. Are you interested in the


Writing in Mathematica notebook and Converting that to websites:blogs and here

And is there any functions, templates, or packages, or old posts/questions/discussions/answers about this topic?

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    I have developed a custom SE notebook that allows you to write freely in cells, use inline code/text decorations, include images, output,etc. and it will all be automatically converted to valid markdown when you click a button. A few folks have been using it and it works, but is broken right now, because the SE image uploader is broken. I didn't release it publicly because I want to fix a few things add some much needed features first. FWIW, this is how the notebook looks like for my Boggle answer – rm -rf May 5 '13 at 8:46
  • @rm-rf well, I'm so looking forward to trying that, for I;m so poor in editting here,:) – HyperGroups May 5 '13 at 14:55
  • CellPrint[ExpressionCell[{},"Text",LineIndent->5]] @rm-rf hi,here's a little question. when I use LineIndent to generate the cell, How to make the indent still maintain it's effect when copy or save to other places. – HyperGroups May 6 '13 at 8:07
  • looking forward to see that @rm-rf! – Sos May 6 '13 at 10:14
  • @rm-rf have you considered sharing the SE notebook in a place like github so that bug fixes and improvements can be outsourced? – Black Milk May 14 '13 at 9:39
  • @EdwinMontufar Unfortunately, putting something on GitHub doesn't mean others are really working on it. A good example is the SEUploader which was broken a long time now. This was on GitHub almost from the start but no one volunteered to fix it although it took me only 2 hours. What I want to say is, that this outsourcing doesn't work well and polishing the code to put it on GitHub is additional work one would need time for. – halirutan Jun 28 '13 at 20:07
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    Here is a link to the SENotebook package by @rm-rf. Maybe this is not an "official" link, but perhaps it will satisfy some curiosity. – Jacob Akkerboom Jan 6 '15 at 11:14
  • I am taking advantage of the subject rather than ask a question. There is something to do otherwise? Use a community page and convert to file notebook. – JPeter Oct 29 '16 at 14:16

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