I found this help page for "what is submitter reddit next to my name".
The [S] indicates that I'm the original poster, the one who started the page/link discussion, equivalent to having my name highlighted on Stack Exchange.
A comment of V2Blast:
In general, if you see an "S", "F", "M", "A", or "Δ" ...
I just ran into this same issue and solved it; based on your screenshot I think my solution will be applicable to you as well:
You have to write a title to your post, then the "post" button will be enabled. :)
There is unfortunately no in house option from Reddit itself, nor are there any 3rd party apps that allow this.
However, using the Reddit API, you could use:
or to return in XML format:
Of course you can fetch just your comments or your submitted links:
Posts on reddit can get flagged by an automatic spam filter. This tends to happen pretty often to new users to a particular subreddit -- the spam filter is per-subreddit, so you may still be treated as a new user on /r/ImGoingToHellForThis even if you're a regular on another subreddit.
That is the most common cause for post removal. It could have also ...
Most of these are markers to show you that the text has been deleted. There is nothing to see. There really isn't supposed to be a way to access it unless you can find a cache of the page before that text was deleted.
So instead of showing:
the AskReddit subreddit just added in images to visually spice it up
If you look into the subreddit ...
This will depend on the subreddit. If the subreddit doesn't state its guidelines or policy regarding posting your own content or reposts in its sidebar or its subreddit wiki/FAQ, it's best to ask the mods of the subreddit first (through the 'Message the Moderators' link in the sidebar).
The Reddit FAQ has this to say about spam posts:
What constitutes spam?
I was able to do this using Reddit Enhancement Suite (RES) in Chrome* by adding "self" as a "domain" filter. Go to https://www.reddit.com/#res:settings/filteReddit, add the keyword and press save on the top-right corner:
*Also works for Firefox, Safari, and Opera browsers
Find the search field on the page (it's in the top right)
Enable the check box limit my search to r/france
Type your search term
Following these steps you would get to a page like this:
You can see from the URL, it's part of the /france subreddit, "...
Not really. These sites do have an API, but they're more limited than the SQL access you get with SEDE. There may be third party tools that utilize the API to get more powerful data out of it, but which one of those comes closest to what you want to do is out of scope for this forum.
The APIs in question can be found here:
This is because of Reddit's Vote Fuzzing. The upvotes and downvotes shown are not the actual amount of votes. From the Reddit FAQ:
How is a submission's score determined?
A submission's score is simply the number of upvotes minus the number
of downvotes. If five users like the submission and three users don't
it will have a score of 2. Please note that the ...
I don't understand perfectly ur question.
Go to this link, and open the Developper tools and put this on the console
The # after a path refers to the DOM Element with the id following the #.
The only reason for this not to work on Reddit is, if they somehow don't allow links containing the # character. In this case, there is no way for you to specifically link to the id.
Reddit generates a RSS feed for every subreddit.
For r/aww the feed is available at https://www.reddit.com/r/aww/.rss
You can also combine feeds:
Inline-reddit.com offers better image feeds for Reddit. For r/aww the URL is http://inline-reddit.com/feed/?subreddit=aww
Or you can sort by hot, new, controversial:
The short answer: there is no way of knowing a sub's posting rules, unless they have explicitly listed them somewhere.
Most rules, such as what can be posted and minimum karma/age requirements, are managed by a tool called AutoModerator. This is a script that checks posts after they are posted, which is why you'll get an automated message after rather than ...
It's probably because of removed comment(s). Among possible reasons are: removal by Reddit's site-wide automated spam filters, or if a user is shadowbanned in Reddit.
A shadowban is the tool we currently use to ban people when they are caught breaking a rule. It causes their submitted content and user profile page to be visible only to themselves while ...
Install Reddit Enhancement Suite browser extension. Go to filteReddit in settings (direct link) and add a keyword youtube.com under "domains". Remember to press "save options" on the top right corner.
You can add an unlimited number of additional domains — v.redd.it, youtube.com and twitch.tv alone should hide over 90% of video submissions.
According to the linked answer, if you can avoid self posts in Enhancement Suite by using domain self, you can avoid everything which is not self by using a regular expression /^(?!(self)$)/i
This tells RES to hide everything but self posts.
I just found out that +nocss isn't a function itself but a subreddit on it's own.
By using a + in the URL it is possible to browse the contents of multiple subreddits on the same page (explains the "multi" title). This causes the site to use the default reddit theme.
Since comment sections of posts are tied to a specific subreddit it's not possible to ...
In Comment Threads
In any reddit comment thread, you have the option to change your comment sorting options via a drop-down menu immediately under the 'top X comments' header.
Here's a screenshot from /r/worldnews with RES enabled, where I've enabled the 'sorted by' drop-down menu:
Simply click the down arrow next to 'sorted by: option' to view the drop-...
Unfortunately, reddit doesn't offer many sorting options. You are forced to use their algorithm of what is and is not considered "relevant." The number of comments on a post is a factor in the algorithms for hot and rising, but that's it. The only way to achieve what you are after is via a third-party service, and I am not aware of any designed for that ...
I would recommend the Buffer plugin. It is a plugin designed to help you stuff all of your social media posts on the Buffer app and then send them out at pre-selected times or just buffer them for later- so you don't tweet eightTEEN things at 4am.
The link to Buffer on Reddit shows up on the same bar as the other Reddit interaction links:
It will generate ...
It's not possible.
IFTTT doesn't support quora (but it does support acting on a trigger for a new post in sub-reddit).
It seems that Quora boards are discontinued:
Links such as you shared that are under Boards-on-Quora now redirects to Boards-discontinued-Quora-feature.