I posted a question under ANSWERS (top browser) with a photo that I would like to remove. Do I have that option? If so how? Thanks.
Once it is posted, I don't think there is a way to delete it.
You might be able to delete the entire post, but not the picture itself. You can go to "my account", click on activity, then locate answers to questions and possibly remove your answer.
Yes, the answer section does not allow to delete your posts...you are allowed ten minutes to edit or delete your answers and pictures.. you have the option of closing the question though
Thanks Cagsil and sofs. I was forced to make a discovery. Right click the photo. Click on VIEW IMAGE INFO. Then click on BLOCK IMAGE above MEDIA PREVIEW. Voila! It worked.
I must add that it also blocked my profile photo since it was from the same source, but I was able to replace that. Seems I have a hub in the making. Thanks again!
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