How do you edit a post?
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I have noticed while reading through the threads you will sometimes see at the bottom of a posting, last edited by and the CC user name and time. I have searched all through the UserCP and I cannot find where and how you do this. I hope I won't need to do this but it would be nice to know how if I did want to.Per the Editing and Deleting your Posts section in FAQ:
Can I edit or delete my posts?
If you have registered and are logged in, you may be able to edit and delete your posts (although the administrator may have turned off this option). Your ability to edit your posts may be time-limited, depending on how the administrator has set up the forum.
To edit or delete your posts, click the Edit button by the particular post. If your post was the first in the thread, then deleting it may remove the entire thread.
Once you've made your modifications, a note may appear to inform other users that you have edited your post.
If the edit time and date appear as a link you can click on this to see the differences between the original and edited versions, or between edits if there have been multiple edits.
Can others edit my posts?
Administrators and moderators may also edit your messages. If they do, there may not be a note telling other users that the post was modified.
In the newer FAQ sections added with the last system update, you may find references to certain options or features not in use at this time.
Please note the following important additional information:
- The administrator has turned off the delete feature for members. Only administrators or volunteer hosts/moderators can use the feature.
- Your time limit for editing your post is up to 20 minutes after it posts. When the time limit expires, the Edit Button disappears from your post.
- You cannot click the edit time and date link to see the differences. Only administrators or volunteer hosts/moderators can use the feature.
I sincerely hope this information will be helpful!
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