If I ask a poorly stated question and wish to delete it and begin again, how do I do that?
Sometimes I ask a question that seems clear to me, but receives irrelevant answers because I did not use my words adequately. Is there remedy somewhere? Is it possible to restate or edit the question other than inside the one already asked?
Read it, read it again, then one more time and if it still doesn't sound right, ask a different one. I had a few that were taken down and I really don't know why. Some are so misspelled it's hard to answer based on what you think they mean.
i think you can try providing a comment to correct the wrong portions of your question so others can then comment accordingly
It is not possible to delete a question once it is posted -- unless you contact the HubPages staff as a request.
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