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    About restriction in posting questions


    I am a new memeber to this site. I posted some question in the Job Exams MCQ section but now I am seeing restricted acces and now unable to post any more questions, the reason is given as five of my posts in last 5 days were rejected for various reasons but actually the reasons of rejecting these question is technical and not due to violation of posting policies, like some questions are easy questions, while in couple of questions invalid option is given. So, I therefore request the editor/webmaster to bypass the restriction. also, I want to assure the editors from my side that I will be careful in future while posting the question.


    Nitin Sharma
  • #1745
    Mr. Nitin Sharma

    Repeated rejections will lead to restricted access. So please be careful while posting your contents here. Your request is however forwarded to concern person. Just wait for his response.


  • #1746
    Hello Mr. Sharma,

    By default, when five or more are deleted in any section, the member is automatically restricted for a couple of days. Instead of changing that programming, I got an easier way out. I am putting all of them to New Submission section with the title "this question is deleted". That being done, you can re-edit them, and change them to new questions altogether.

    Only, I will request you to change them as soon as possible, because meanwhile if any visitor takes a practice test, he will face something called "this question is deleted" :-)

    Hope this solves the problem.

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  • #1747
    Mr. Nitin Sharma

    As said by Webmaster Kumaraditya now your five deleted questions are in new submission with the title 'This question is deleted'. Please edit soon and replace with some other questions and corresponding answer options.


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