My question at https://workplace.stackexchange.com/questions/168304/uncomfortable-with-dress-code-not-in-a-customer-facing-position was closed as off-topic:
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The question isn't specific to my company's policy but rather "how to approach a supervisor at a new job about the issue of dress code" in general. There is a similar question What is Generally Meant by "No Tennis Shoes" in a Dress Code that asks about an ambiguous policy, whereas the objective goal of my question is to ask how to approach my supervisor about an unambiguous policy. I think neither of the questions are necessarily company-specific.
In the comments I see that Joe Strazzere provided advice that is a perfectly valid answer to anyone in my situation, regardless of company.
I just tried to edit the question to word it in a more general way for it to be on-topic but the error message "This post has been deleted - no more edits are allowed" appeared. There is an "Edit question" button on the Closed banner so I would have thought that the community could reopen the question if it was edited to better fit the guidelines.
I see questions being closed and reopened here and elsewhere on Stack Exchange so I am wondering why this question was deleted before there was even a chance to improve it?