I posted 5 articles and after many modifications and updates to make them better, only one of them was approved. I don't know now what else is left to do to get them all approved.
Please guide me.
When articles are rejected, you should have received an email. In the email is a suggestion to request help from the community. Click that link and a special post will be created for you. Then we can respond and offer suggestions.
Spend some time studying the information in the Learning Center (click the Help button in the upper right). The answers to your questions can be found there.
I can't see your other articles, so I can't be specific. The article I can see looks pretty good, but there are some issues:
A. Kind of short.
B Subtitles shouldn't have periods at the end.
C. Some table entries are misaligned.
D. Some excess spacing between some capsules.
E. Missing quote punctuation in a capsule.
C. "it's should be "its".
Again, your article looks pretty good. Your other articles probably just have the same kinds of errors, but maybe have more than the curator/editor was willing to accept. Good luck and keep trying, your article is better than most of the submissions seen in the feedback category.
I looked at your published article also.
You need to source your photos more carefully. You can't just do a Google search and pick whatever you want. You should also learn how to insert text links, rather than show the entire URL in you article.
Also, I thought Gaddafi was from Libya not Egypt?
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