# Could I have made my question “fast responsive navigation in CSS & jQuery” more attractive/better?

I would carefully like to ask, what (if at all) I could have done to make my question "fast responsive navigation in CSS & jQuery" more attractive and/or interesting for the community? Or is CSS and JavaScript in general not an interesting subject for this community?

Please be aware that I am not demanding an answer or stuff like that. I would just like to know if I could have done something better.

• Did you read this? Does it answer your question? – Mast Nov 22 '17 at 9:40
• @Mast thanks for your comment. yes, I did read that before I asked my question. And I think I have followed most of the points mentioned in the "before you ask" section. The only think I can not do (or at least I dont know how) is to offering a bounty. The reason I asked this question here on meta is because I think I followed most of the tipps and that I just would like to know how I could make better/more suitable questions for this community – undefined Nov 22 '17 at 9:59
• Just making sure, before the answers start pointing out the obvious :-) – Mast Nov 22 '17 at 12:41
• lol, one good rule of thumb is to be careful about your spelling. transposing one little o with a u can make a perfectly innocent word look like a porno title. – I wrestled a bear once. Nov 22 '17 at 15:37
• @Iwrestledabearonce. what? Did I make a spelling mistake? English is not my native language – undefined Nov 22 '17 at 15:41
• your english is fine, i wouldnt have guessed it wasn't your native language.. that said, community has only one U. – I wrestled a bear once. Nov 22 '17 at 15:59

i for one, am a super lazy reader. i enjoy answering questions and solving problems but i don't always like to actually read the description, especially since so many people aren't native English speakers or are just bad at conveying ideas. often i'll skim the question and just go right to the code. i'm sure i'm not the only one. while this is entire my own fault and not yours, you will surely get more attention by making your questions as short and to the point as possible. that goes for teh code too. for example..

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