I asked a technical question in Stackoverflow ( How can I get inline-block to render consistently when applied to table cells? ) and gave what I thought was a good example to illustrate my question. Someone answered it to my satisfaction (at first), and then I accepted their answer.
Upon further inspection, I find that my original example was in fact an insufficient illustration of my question, and there are cases where the accepted answer breaks down. I'm responsible for not providing a robust enough example and then also selecting an answer as correct with out thoroughly vetting it, but now, what do I do about it?
Should I edit my question original question to provide extra clarification, a more robust example, and take back the accepted answer? Or should I pose a new question?