The backtick (also known as the grave accent or backquote) is used to start a code section in Markdown, because of this it’s a little tricky to include it without triggering the code formatting in a page. This snippet demonstrates the various ways of displaying a backtick.
Backtick outside code
To include a non-code formatted backtick it can be added by escaping it with a
Backtick within code
Wrapping inline code blocks in double backticks instead of single backticks allow a backtick to be used.
`` ` ``
Alternatively a code block can be used, this will wrap everything in a
<pre> however. To do this either indent 4 spaces to start a code block
or use fenced code blocks if supported
``` ` ```