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The following question is old but popular and has a quality answer that the community agrees upon but the questioner is not bothered to mark it as answered.

How to set cellpadding & cellspacing in CSS?

Similarly, following question is probably never going to be answered (since it is too specific and un-reproducible) nor closed (since it is relatively old and unpopular).

Stupefyingly weird IE 9 Javascript bug: Altering doc title makes subsequent code execute

Do we care that questions are left unresolved?

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up vote 13 down vote accepted

There is no requirement that any answer ever be accepted to any particular question.

If you like an answer, vote it up. That makes the question formally 'answered'.

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Reflecting upon your answer makes me remember all those times I told someone their accept rate was suboptimal. I felt a small pang of guilt. It's gone now. – slugster Oct 19 '11 at 3:06

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