Yes, I was wondering how it is that your official number of posts is greater than the number that actually appear for us to view on Stampboards.Thanks RogerE. for your welcome. I am a bit lost. I think I do not know how the forum works. I already read the rules but every time I post something it is deleted. I need help. I do not want to bother anyone. Thanks in advance, and greetings.
Your latest post (above) succeeded. Perhaps you have been confused by the buttons at the foot of the page where you compose your posts. If so, these comments might help solve your problem:
• Pressing "Preview" shows you how your post will look, but that is not yet publishing it.
It is useful to pick up any obvious errors or defects, so you can edit them before publishing the final version.
If you wish, you can use "Preview" several times during the composition of a post.
• Pressing "Submit" publishes the post on Stampboards. If you forget to press Submit" your post will not appear for others to see, and if you go away to another place in Stampboards your intended post will be lost/disappear. Perhaps that's what has been happening?
• After pressing "Submit" you might notice some changes or additions you would still like to make. There is a short window of time/opportunity to make corrections at this stage, by pressing the pencil icon in the top right corner of your post. That takes you back to the draft version of the post, allowing you to make changes you want, and then to press "Submit" again to publish the updated version instead of the earlier version you chose to edit. The pencil icon disappears after a short while, and then you can no longer edit that post.
• Pressing "Save draft" allows you to save a post which you have not finished, so you can come back to it later to finish it off — that will still need use of "Preview" to check how the draft is looking, and finally "Submit" to publish the post. However, "Save draft" has limitations — in particular, it loses any images you might have included in your draft, so personally I choose not to use "Save draft".