The block on asking questions is reversible, if you can show that you've changed your ways by posting good quality answers.
As you're already aware, the block on asking questions stems from consistently asking questions of a poor quality. This is automated based on the votes on your questions. Looking at your account, you only have one question with a negative score (it's possible some were deleted). It's also possible your many questions with low views and no answers were also taken into account.
This is an example of one of your questions, the one that has a score of -1:
Facebook like link sharing module in drupal or Screen Scrapping with images?
im looking for a module or class file if user provide an url and its show output of title,desc, with images as same like facebook link share works
anyone have idea plz share,
Firstly, this question is so poorly written that it's bound to attract downvotes. Users specializing in this field might be able to work out the gist of what you're asking for, but many users will just see this question as junk. Frankly, I'm surprised you only received one downvote for this question.
Secondly, it looks like you're specifically asking for code, not for help writing the code. Stack Overflow is a programming Q&A website. It's for programmers to ask programming related questions and receive programming related answers. Asking for someone to give you a plugin to do what you're asking isn't asking for programming help, because you're not doing any programming. Asking for code is almost always met with downvotes and close votes.
It's clear at this point that English isn't your first language (if it is, then may God have mercy on your soul!). Although I can sympathize that it might be difficult to write questions clearly in a language you don't write/speak in very well, it's not an excuse. In fact, it's even more of a reason to add more detail and examples to your question. If we can see that you've put effort into your post, someone will almost certainly edit your question to make more sense.
Things you can do to improve your questions:
- Add as much detail as you can without repeating yourself or rambling.
- Avoid shortening words like "please" to "plz".
- Try and avoid using phrases like "please share", this is synonymous with asking for someone to do your work for you.
- Show the code that you've written so far. If you don't have the slightest clue as to what you're trying to do, you might be better off reading some tutorials first.
- Post images that illustrate what you're trying to achieve.
Having the ban lifted will most probably require you to have a positive involvement on the "A" part of the site, writing answers to questions. If you think you can help others, you should make an effort to do so. Writing some quality answers will show that you have seen the error of your ways and you can ask here for the ban to be lifted.
Of course, if you don't want to put this effort in then Stack Overflow might not be the right place for you. You can leave your account as it is or you can ask for it to be deleted.