Editing, among many other areas of Stack Exchange site is a priviledge that can be earned by gaining reputation. As far as editing goes, before you earn 2000 reputation all edits you make will be added to a review queue for people to review and approve. Once you pass 2000 rep you can make all the edits you wish, regardless of size.
The reason there is a ...
Seems that https://ux.stackexchange.com/content/balsamiq/mockups-web.swf is 404. Friends at StackExchange, let us know if you need any assitance fixing this. Maybe it's time to update the integration? We've come a long way since the version you have today. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to chat!
Agreed. The color of the text is #AAAAAA. On a white background it doesn't pass WCAG AA compliance. Contrast ratio is far too low. See this screenshot taken from snook.ca
It'll be much better at #545454 or even darker:
I've looked over a bunch of other StackExchange sites and none of the ones I checked have such a feint colour for the search field text.
It's not on the list of blacklisted links (and to be honest I would have been very surprised if it was). I've also just tested posting some links to the HIG myself on the main site (I've now deleted those posts).
The links I tested were:
No, not actually a bug this, its working as intended.
Jan-Feb-Mar is quarter one. We're now in April so Quarter two will be Apr-May-Jun
Basically, you won't see any difference between Quarter and Month until May, because the quarter figure will then have more months data to go on.
You'd find that if you check on Jan 5th you'd get the same results for ...
Yes, really they should. The only reason anyone would chose not to do so is for visual issues relating to readability - too many in-line links potentially slows down and impacts the site readability. This is probably the reason sites like Wikipedia take that approach.
However, adding underlines back in is likely to cause a few complaints. "Why are we trying ...
I'm a little confused, since you're talking about two different privileges. At 250 rep you are able to see close votes on your post that has close votes. But the button close to the right of the edit button is used for casting a close/reopen vote on your own post.
At 1000 reps you can click the vote counter and see up votes and down votes on a post. At 3000 ...
That's not quite true. You approved the original edit and automatically added an additional edit to the edit log.
From an audit trail point of view then everything is accounted for. They get their credit for a successful edit, as do you. Just that yours came more recently so it shows on the question itself ...
Your assumption as to the reason for the bump isn't quite correct. It's not bumping questions that have no selected answer, it's a bump of questions that don't have any upvoted answers. That was the case here. It has several answers against it but none of them have been upvoted. (It's what Stack Exchange refer to as an unanswered question - because unless ...
I don't think this is an issue at StackExchange - all users I have spoken to have no issues with Gravatar images (they're pulled from gravatar.com not hosted on StackExchange).
The bigger issue is why your link to the imgur page (alluded to in your first screenshot) wasn't working. That image link is fine so leads me to believe it's possibly something at ...
I figured out what is going on. When it crashes I am working on location at a client where we have web access through a proxy. When I'm at home or homebase with no proxy it doesn't crash so they must be running something that causes the crash - which seems a bit strange.
It's just catching older and older posts in the queue; the initial oldest post date it would grab was intentionally conservative so Stack Overflow wouldn't be insanely swamped with posts: they look farther in the past every month and will eventually cover all posts. Just another weird thing we have to put up with to accommodate SO's scale on the same engine.
I'm not sure whether you tried to submit an answer or a comment based on your post/comments, but you should be perfectly able to leave an answer. However, due to the message you got, I'm pretty sure you got caught in a service disruption the Stack Exchange network is experiencing. It's nothing deliberate and will probably be resolved shortly (or is resolved, ...
I've applied the tag wiki to the correct style-guide and have re-tagged the relevant questions.
The style-gude tag will expire naturally overnight I believe, provided nobody re-uses it for other questions.
No, comments doesn't have reputation. The answer given before is the correct answer. The only thing you “earn” from reputation is three badges:
Tumbleweed - Asked a question with zero score, no answers, no comments, and low views for a week.
Commentator - Leave 10 comments.
Pundit - Leave 10 comments with score of 5 or more.
In your case, you didn’t get 6 ...
It's the 30th somewhere in the world.
From This meta.Stackexchange post :
Unless the requirement mentions a specific timezone, hats that are date-based are often awarded for 14 hours before and 12 hours after the specified date in UTC, to accommodate people everywhere in the world. This means you can earn such a hat even though for you it's not even ...
To put it in more correct technical terms than TRiG:
6: Then, if the element is one of the void elements, or if the element is a foreign element, then there may be a single U+002F SOLIDUS character (/). This character has no effect on void elements, but on foreign elements it marks the start tag as self-closing.
Someone with enough reputation to make post edits has made an edit to the question, just before you had posted a suggested edit. That edit went in.
A couple of hours later, your edit got approved. It overwrote the prior edit.
It is an edge case.