I just had occasion to want to use a strikethrough word on a hub, but apparently that isn't allowed.
Why on earth not? It seems pretty standard on online publications. It's be great if we could include strikethrough text in our hubs.
I couldn't find any reference to strikethrough text in the forums or the help section, so here I am.
All the best,
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