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This suggested edit was approved and applied to the post almost 2 years ago by Monica Cellio‭.

"Vote on Holds Ability" page contains unrendered Markdown
  • [The page describing the *Vote on Holds* ability](https://meta.codidact.com/abilities/flag_close), under "What does this ability allow me to do?", has what appears to be unrendered Markdown:
  • > The reasons for placing a post on hold vary from site to site; the guidance for posts on this site is available in the \[Help Center\]\(/help/faq\).
  • There are proper links on for example [the page describing the *Participate Everywhere* ability](https://meta.codidact.com/abilities/unrestricted), so I assume that this is merely an oversight somewhere.
  • []()[The page describing the *Vote on Holds* ability](https://meta.codidact.com/abilities/flag_close), under "What does this ability allow me to do?", has what appears to be unrendered Markdown:
  • > The reasons for placing a post on hold vary from site to site; the guidance for posts on this site is available in the \[Help Center\]\(/help/faq\).
  • There are proper links on for example [the page describing the *Participate Everywhere* ability](https://meta.codidact.com/abilities/unrestricted), so I assume that this is merely an oversight somewhere.

Suggested almost 2 years ago by sau226‭