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How can I include an image into a post !
Adding a picture to a question or answer is very easy , Just follow the steps.
Clicking the Insert Image button on the toolbar.
Then a popup should come , from that popup select an image from your computer, or the web.
And click on add picture.
Then something like this will be generated in the text area
The fact that a particular answer I have provided is disintegrated due a user being removed, doesn't mean I know any less or have contributed any less than what I did before?
The answer you provided is still there. But the deleted user's vote on it is not. When the user is removed, whatever votes they cast are removed as well.
There's some debate over ...
If you feel that your post was not useful to the site, then you may delete it if you so wish. Remember that, you as author, can still edit the deleted post to improve it and then undelete it later.
Generally, there are no negative effects of deletion. However, deletion of your post is recorded. If you make a habit of deleting posts, a black mark will go ...
"Expected" behaviour for high reputation users; see this answer on meta.physics for the reasoning behind it.
(Personally, I think the behaviour is silly, but I don't make the decisions).
A warm welcome to the 2k club, by the way :-)
First, don't worry too much about being declined. Comments are ephemeral; comment flags doubly so. There's no penalty for a declined flag.
Second, I would agree with your assessment of those comments. However, since this is a non-technical site, I don't think enforcing the letter of the rules as strictly as possible is always the best policy. With our core ...
terminology is used when you are referring to some words or expressions used in a sport, e.g. "the red zone" in american football or "offside trap" in football. The proposed use of the tag is to ask for clarifications or explanations of the meaning of the terminology.
trivia is exactly what trivia means, trivial pieces of information referring often to less ...