Mistake in "Markdown Guide" page from website

According to the actual behavior of Joplin (and the GFM specification), the following code will result in the behavior of two blocks of quotes.

> Kent.
> Where's the king?

> Gent.
> Contending with the
> fretful elements

But the Markdown Guide on your site is a little misleading, it looks like it's going to be a single block. Moreover, not only does it look, judging by the page code, both quotes are really in one blockquote.

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Yes, this mistake is correct. Two possible solutions:

  1. Keep the empty line to show how one is possible:
> Kent.
> Where's the king?
>
> Gent.
> Contending with the
> fretful elements
Looks like this:

Kent.
Where's the king?

Gent.
Contending with the
fretful elements


  1. Leave it as is and display how it would look with two separate blockquotes:
> Kent.
> Where's the king?

> Gent.
> Contending with the
> fretful elements
Looks like this:

Kent.
Where's the king?

Gent.
Contending with the
fretful elements