Some of these are not actually asked frequently, but they're still good to know.
Anyone! Yes, you have permission to make a new post of any kind as long as it meets our community guidelines and gets through common-sense spam filters. Your post is subject to removal at the discretion of the moderators if they believe it does not meet the requirements of our code of conduct.
Click on "Write a Post" in the top right corner of the site. Write your article, give it a title, tag it with appropriate tags, and fill out any other relevant fields. Then, once you're ready, change
published: false to
published: true in the front matter of the post and save. Your post will now be published.
Yes! Here is our editor guide.
The home page is selected by our editorial team. You can email us with any specific questions.
Absolutely, as long as you have the rights you need to do so! And if it's of high quality, we'll feature it.
You can add or remove Twitter/GitHub associations from your settings, but note that you can only do this if both Twitter and GitHub are connected to your account. If you have any issues with this, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll take care of it.
You can set the canonical_url of your post before publishing so that Google knows where to send the link juice (that precious, precious link juice).
Please create a bug report in the open source repository.
For a specific comment: navigate to the comment and click the dropdown arrow to report abuse.
For a specific article: navigate to the article, scroll to the bottom and click report abuse.
In general, you can fill out the report abuse form.
Right now we don't. We're focusing on growing our community and making it as useful as possible for the world :)
Later, we may be counting on paid listings and sponsors to sustain our work with the community. If you are interested, email email@example.com to learn more.
You'll find the option to delete your account in your settings. Self-deletion will remove your Development Hackers profile, and all articles, comments, connect messages, etc.
If you require a full GDPR deletion, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "GDPR Delete Request" and we will ensure that any of your remaining data is purged from all systems.
Yes, you own the rights to the content you create and post on developmenthackers.com and you have the full authority to post, edit, and remove your content as you see fit.
By posting content on developmenthackers.com, you give us a nonexclusive license to publish it, including anything reasonably related to publishing it (like storing, displaying, reformatting, and distributing it).
No ad will ever be placed next to a user's post without their consent in the matter.
Comments are threaded with a maximum depth, and then they become flat. You can respond to flattened-out threads by replying to the last comment in the overall thread.
Yes. To hide a comment that was added to one of your posts, simply click the dropdown connected to the comment and select the "Hide" option.
We don’t disallow profanity in general, but we do have an internal policy of not boosting posts through our social channels posts that have profanity in the title, so you might want to keep that in mind.
Yes, you can. The link for our main feed can be found here: https://www.developmenthackers.com/feed. For user-specific feeds, you can find them via
https://www.developmenthackers.com/feed/username. For tag-specific feeds, you can find them via