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Should Pro Webmasters unpin the accepted answer from the top of the list of answers?

I think we should unpin accepted answers. An accepted answer just means the answer was useful to the question-asker. It doesn't mean it is the best answer or the answer which will more widely apply to ...
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Should Pro Webmasters unpin the accepted answer from the top of the list of answers?

I also believe we should unpin accepted answers. The list of affected questions you posted is really nifty! I encourage onlookers to click through and click the "score difference" column ...
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How was an answer posted after the question was closed?

From Meta: We give people a server side grace period to answer questions, even if the question gets closed. If the client side checks fail, for whatever reason, and someone does post an answer, we ...
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I have add a bounty, then answered myself, no one else answered? what to do?

As stated on What is a bounty? help center, generally the bounty is non-refundable. It is funded by the personal reputation of the user who offers it, and is non-refundable. All bounties are paid ...
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I have add a bounty, then answered myself, no one else answered? what to do?

To close out this discussion question as completed, I'm copying my comments here as an answer: According to what is a bounty: To avoid overly promotional bounties, if you are offering a bounty on a ...
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