My question was webmaster related so I asked my question in webmasters, but it got moved to Stack Overflow.

OpenID "AOL is unable to verify this website."

It is not programming related but the mods moved it to Stack Overflow where it got closed for not being programming related. So what can I do to have it moved back and reopened.

  1. It is programming related

  2. The question is correctly answered by a dupe, How do you get AOL's OpenID site verification to work?

The only thing slightly incorrect was the close as off-topic (call AOL and ask them why their implementation is busted!), close as dupe is better and I have changed that.

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    He's obviously looking for a Non-Programming fix for this. Just because the true answer to a question is Programming Related, doesn't make the question so (though I think he could figure out what to do from the certificate answer). It should have stayed on Webmasters, and pointed to the Stack Overflow question, so that future webmasters seeking NPR help on the issue could find the answer. – Lance Roberts Sep 20 '11 at 5:50
  • @Moak: faq – user1228 Sep 20 '11 at 13:26
  • @Won'tಠ_ಠ: Of course I know about it. but if my question is moved to the wrong site and then closed? – Moak Sep 21 '11 at 3:01

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