The block that is shown to the users who don't have the privilege of editing every post contains the following points:
Fix grammatical, or spelling errors
Clarify meaning without changing it
Correct minor mistakes
Add related resources or links
Always respect the original author
To this, I would add the following clarifications:
The first point doesn't ...
Providing links to the project pages is indeed a valid edit, but it should not be the only edit, when there are more edits to do. The reason is that suggested edit are reviewed, and the suggested edit should be worth the time took to review it.
I would have edited the post as follows:
I am using Nice Menus to build the menu for large screen rendering, ...
Go to a user profile, click on activity, and then on suggestions.
That page shows all the suggested edits for that user. To know if a suggested edit was rejected, or accepted, click on the "suggested edit" link you see in that page for every suggested edit.
That is the list of the suggested edits, which in my case is at https://drupal.stackexchange.com/...
I just rejected your 2nd attempt about the edit you suggested. I did so with reason attempt to reply, of which these are some details of it:
It should have been written as a comment or an answer.
If you really want to get your corrections/additions included, then I strongly recommend you to post an additional answer in which you mention how it ...
We can't control what all reviewers do, but personally, I will almost always approve edits that just link out to the relevant modules.
Ideally, you should also do some cleanup, too, if the post needs it.
In that particular edit, I would have also linked Nice Menus.
Yes and no.
It's definitely better to make all edits at once. It is forbidden to edit twice on purpose. So try hard to avoid it as mods and other users can't see your purpose.
If you find post needs more changes, and your own edit was incomplete despite your best efforts to make it complete, then edit again. It's not good this happened, but second edit is ...
I believe this is because one of the users improved the edit instead of just approving it.
There is an MSO question about this. I think this is what triggered the screenshot you posted:
When the reviewer chooses to improve the suggested edit, they also choose whether or not to approve or reject this edit. The edit will be approved by default, but the ...
You edited an answer to your own question. You added new text passages and changed others. If you need something to be clarified, please ask for it in the comments.
Given answers are there to help all future readers who have a similar problem. If you find that all given answers don't match 100% your needs, feel free to add and accept your own answer.
You see already how the edited post would appear if the suggested edit gets approved: Select rendered output, and you will see the rendered output before the edit (on the left) and the rendered output after the edit.
The only difference is the presence of the text with a green background, which is the way used to highlight the text that has been added ...
It was rejected because the users who reviewed the suggested edit thought it was changing the meaning of the answer.
Effectively, the suggested edit added that Drush 9 is Composer-centralized, while it's simply suggested not to install Drush 9 globally (which is possible also with Composer).
It also introduce a grammar error, in the following sentence. (...
@-referring a user works also for who edits a post. The username will not autocomplete when you write it, but the user will be notified of the comment you left her/him. Just remind you need to write at least 3 characters; if the username has a space, don't write it.
It's enough you write a comment for an edit. If the user keeps added not necessary tags, you ...