I'm not sure what that means either, but you can see there are no revisions on it and this one says it is in "Draft" mode.
However, it looks as if people can see my article because I've had over 600 views and a good number of downloads on the code.
Hope this helps track these issues down so we can fix it for others.
It looks like you've saved a draft of something you were working on, but not published it. Is the "new version of the currently published article" the one you wish to see live? (the article that is in "Draft" mode)
Thanks for looking into this. I noticed that the version info. changed again though I have done nothing. I'm just going to leave it in its current state until I understand that it needs to be changed.
Thanks again for the help.
I made sure that the checkbox 'Work in Progress - don't publish' was unchecked.
After submitting it, I see the article as 'Composing'. Further, I cannot update it using 'Update your article' at right top corner either. It goes into generic empty template.
Adding to all, I don't see this tip in my list so that I can access it from there. Luckily, I did not closed the submitted tip page and thus I was able to share the link.
Happens pretty regularly on Mondays for the past few weeks - the View Online link in the Insider email opens up the Newsletter. Just got the Newsletter email, and that View Online link goes to the same place.
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Interesting .. yesterday i saw that my some technical blogs move to the article sections and today i have seen that the same blog contents again reading from my own blogs feed. That is, same things are exist twice there; one in Technical blogs section and another one in the article section..Can anyone suggest why this is happening?? And I request to the code project authority please have a look on that. Please please..
We had an issue whereby blogs were causing issues due to the connection between the blog article and original blog feed was missing. We changed their type from Technical Blog to article to fix this while we fixed the root cause.
It means I need to remove the blogs one. As there are same things exist twice. One is in Article section and another one in Technical blog section. It's really a disgusting to a reader to have same things twice. What should i do? Please advice.
Please proceed with that. And as this will be in the article section i might need to modify again and explain a little bit. Anyway i will do it by my own way. But right now i wish you will delete the duplicate blog sections.
I used the online submission wizard to submit an article on 13th May 2012. This morning 14/05/2012 I recieved email saying my article is publicly available to view where as I can't see my article (How does it work in C#? - Part 3 (C# Linq in detail)) in the article list of the codeproject homepage. I think it is just invisible from public. I also noticed that the article post date is 13th May 2012 but update date is 1 Jan 1900 which is wrong.