Why are we supporting generic CSS and JS issues when such questions are closed (and deleted) on Stackoverflow due to really bad quality.
A styling issue (CSS) question was asked on SO, received 7 downvotes and was closed due to really bad quality (the OP deleted the question), yet the question here received an upvote and an answer.
Should we handle such questions as this really are telling anyone that if they asked really poor quality generic CSS/JS (and PHP for that matter) questions on SO and they questions get closed due to bad quality, they can get support on WPSE.
Our policy states that any generic PHP/JS/CSS questions are off topic, so why handle them any different and create unnessary and misleading presidents that we do support them. Our policy is already such a mess as no one can really agree on third party plugins and themes (and now really just depends on user discresion), do we really want to have issues with users coming back later (as is the case with plugin recommendations and third party software) and say that "But you have answered these type of questions, why are they suddenly off-topic now" whereas they where never on topic from the start.
We can always have better quality questions moved to Stackoverflow where they belong than closing them here.
To conclude, we are opening a can of worms that no one is prepared to eat when the sh*t hits the fan. We either stay with our policy and treat any generic PHP/JS/CSS questions as we have treated them in the past, or we decide to make those subjects on topic, support them and see own back ends later when everything explodes into a crappy mess (YUMMY)