I recently ready a couple of posts on the SO Meta site about adding borders to images. See Highlighting border for images and How to make images stand out when posting images with whitespace?. There was another with an image of a unicorn, the one I originally read, but I don't know where it's gone.
There are 2 different way to highlight an image to show that it's not part of the post. Either using
> at the beginning of the line to put it into a blockquote, or wrapping it in
Some users have expressed a concern that putting it in a blockquote is bad for SEO and I suppose semantically incorrect. It would be semantically incorrect to wrap it with
<kbd> tags aswell, but I don't think it would affect SEO - at least not as much.
I personally think it looks pretty decent with the
What do you think about it?
Obviously it wouldn't be a site rule, or worthy of any kind of enforcement, just a better formatting practice.
Blockquote Formatting (would be yellow instead of grey on main site):
There's even space for a little title!