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Often posts are modified for various reasons such as typos. By default, SMF gives permission for all members to edit the posts that they made, and moderators will be able to edit everyone's posts including their own.
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Often, posts are modified for various reasons such as typing errors. By default, SMF gives permission for all members to edit the posts that they have made, and moderators will be able to edit everyone's posts, including their own.
  
There are two methods of editing a post, the ''Normal Edit'' redirects the member to a posting page where the edits can be made. ''Quick Edit'' allows the member to edit the post inline, but the UI for Bulletin Board Code is unavailable. Bulletin Board Code will need to be manually entered into the post.
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There are two methods of editing a post, the ''Normal Edit'' redirects the member to a posting page where the edits can be made. ''Quick Edit'' allows the member to edit the post inline, but the interface for Bulletin Board Code is unavailable. Bulletin Board Code will need to be manually entered into the post.
  
 
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===Quick Edit===
  
Quick edits can be performed without refreshing the page by selecting the pencil on paper icon located at the right of every post. This will popup the post box, once selecting ''Save'' the changes are set instantly.
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Quick edits can be performed without refreshing the page by selecting the pencil on paper icon located at the right of every post. This will pop-up the post box, once selecting ''Save'' the changes are set instantly.
  
 
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Revision as of 00:16, 17 December 2010

Often, posts are modified for various reasons such as typing errors. By default, SMF gives permission for all members to edit the posts that they have made, and moderators will be able to edit everyone's posts, including their own.

There are two methods of editing a post, the Normal Edit redirects the member to a posting page where the edits can be made. Quick Edit allows the member to edit the post inline, but the interface for Bulletin Board Code is unavailable. Bulletin Board Code will need to be manually entered into the post.

Normal Edit

To modify a Post or thread, select Modify. Make any necessary changes and then select Save.

Quick Edit

Quick edits can be performed without refreshing the page by selecting the pencil on paper icon located at the right of every post. This will pop-up the post box, once selecting Save the changes are set instantly.