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Please build inline editing functionality

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Right now, if a user tries to click the "edit" button on a post, they get taken to a separate page where they can make changes to it. After the changes are made, the user is redirected back to the original post.

I understand that at the "Somewhere Else" so many of our users are familiar with, there are 2 types of "inline" editing functionality available: "inline" post editing & "inline" tag editing. "Inline" post editing is when an edit button on a post lets you edit all aspects of the post without having to navigate to a new page, while "inline" tag editing lets you open an editor for just the tags on a top level post, such as a question (with an automatic edit reason used).

This issue seeks community input on whether Codidact should implement a feature like the "inline" editing functionality described above.

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