I gained the "suggest edit" privilege and badge yesterday. Today I edited code in some questions. But suddenly I found that I am unable to edit any post any more.
When I will get edit-suggesting privileges back?
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Before you gain your privilege back, make sure to read the whole Help page on the topic. And I'll quote the most relevant part on what makes a good edit:
When should I edit posts?
Common reasons for edits include:
To fix grammar and spelling mistakes
To clarify the meaning of the post (without changing that meaning)
To include additional information only found in comments, so all of the information relevant to the post is contained in one place
To correct minor mistakes or add updates as the post ages
To add related resources or hyperlinks
When editing a post, try to fix everything you can.
You can also learn by inspecting the edit history of Q&A's from your area of interest. Looks like it's ASP.net: here are the most voted and probably heavily edited.
You are banned from making edit suggestions for 7 days, because too many of your suggested edits were being rejected. The measure exists to make you stop and reevaluate what you are doing.
Specifically, 5 out of 6 of your suggested edits have been rejected.
Some suggestions for avoiding that in the future:
Do not change code, especially not the meaning of code. Fixing a missing quote is one thing, changing class names is entirely different. Most reviewers will reject such edits.
Fix more than just a missing quote or a broken link. Suggested edits should be more substantial, fix grammar, spelling, improve formatting across the whole post.