I recently realized that my highest voted answer on SO had disappeared into thin air. After some investigation I found out that the question had been deleted with the following reason: not a real question. I am stumped as to why, considering that I didn't have any problems understanding what was being asked and managed to write an elaborate answer that have helped many people since and would have continued to do so if it hadn't been deleted together with the question.
This particular SO-question ranked 3rd on Google when searching for
jquery ajax post, right after the jQuery API docs, and I've kept it up to date to cover changes in jQuery's API. It saddens me to see this answer go to waste, much because of the time I've invested into perfecting it but also since it has obviously been helpful to users.
Is there any way this question can be revived, with a possible revision to the question so that it does not fall into the not a real question category?