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It looks that your question might have been a good fit for http://webmasters.stackexchange.com, since it has little to do with professional system administration and much to do with hosting a website. You should check out their FAQ, of course, but I think that site might be more in line with what you do.


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When a question is closed, it's important to act on it right away. A closed question with a score of zero or lower can be automatically deleted after nine full days if it is not reopened. And the best way to have your question noticed for possibly reopening is to edit it; a closed question which is edited is automatically queued for review. In this ...


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Nope! The SE robot does a few things with these. Questions with no upvoted answers are bumped to the front page in pairs at random. I believe two questions are picked every four hours. This is intended, in case anyone happens to have an answer. I believe there is a cleanup process that deletes these after a time if the question also has a non-positive ...


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Per the link meta.so Journeyman Geek mentioned, the easiest way to get these removed is to vote the question below 0. It'll get reaped within a week. No need to vote-to-close them and wait for a consensus. You can do it yourself through the power of the mere vote-button. Of course, this doesn't apply to questions-with-answers. Who knows, maybe that answer ...


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