I thought I was answering or helping a PHP developer and got a post ban. Thx for fixing this.
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closed as too localized by Yannis, Rosinante, animuson♦, The Unhandled Exception, Adam Lear♦ Nov 13 '12 at 2:36
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You're not "read only". The only thing you're prevented from doing right now is posting more answers because the ones you've posted so far have been downvoted, deleted, or not voted on at all. This block is fully automated.
Among other things, we use votes as a measure of how much the community values and trusts your input. So to get your ability to post answers reinstated, you need to get the system to trust you again. You can do this by posting questions that attract upvotes, suggesting edits to improve others' posts, and/or editing our existing answers to improve them and get other users to upvote them.
Looking at your answers, I see that you primarily post short suggestions, sometimes with a barely described link. While you make improvements to get your access re-enabled, you should strongly consider reading the following:
I also suggest paying close attention to spelling, punctuation, etc. All of that matters when someone is trying to read and learn from your answers.