YOU LOST MY ARTICLE BUT WON MY HEART!
I wrote an article on how to create a simple HTML web page, along with 6 pictures I had inserted and some uploaded to the gallery. The Capcha was an advert and then text but it couldn't read it and when I went to resubmit the capcha, the WHOLE ARTICLE was GONE"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I wrote this in anger and upset after having created the PERFECT (! LOL) article on here, along with pictures. I have to say that a capcha using a video advertisement did not help.
I actually expected the post to be deleted, after all, it was a rant AND as several people have pointed out below, there is a "restore cache" button. Now I didn't know that that button would restore all my work. The page was blank and I thought that pressing that button would overwrite wherever my article "might" be stored. I thought perhaps it would be in "draft", but no.
I got several "responses", as you will see below, all of which were quite correct and measured and then I got an email from PersonaPaper . I opened it on my tablet, which is the quickest machine to open in the morning, expecting to find my account had been deleted!
The email in fact was a very nice one, telling me that they had no issue with me making complaints about the site but that technically, the article did not abide by the rules because I had written only 246 characters and then repeated them to reach the 500 character minimum. (I copied and pasted the original paragraph twice, in order to reach post length.) The email asked me to edit the post, if I wanted, in order to meet the site's rules.
WON MY HEART!
Now, how could I not like a reaction like that? elitecodex has created a "restore cache" button, that I hope I never need to use and the response has been customer centred perfect!
Image Credit » http://pixabay.com/en/bear-heart-love-teddy-toy-161397/