Welcome to the site!
Firstly, questions about the running of the site live here in the 'meta' side - I've migrated this one. There isn't really an administrator as such, the site is run by the community itself, and the moderators (me, Paulster2 and Bob Cross) help out where needed.
Secondly, you posted quite a few answers yesterday, several of which were deleted as being low quality - in fact all four were automatically flagged by the system - could you let us know which one you are unhappy about?
For example, looking at this answer - you state that it is most likely a cheap fix, but you don't then give any suggestions as to what it might be, or any details - so what you've posted doesn't help the person who asked. If you look at Terry Gould's answer to the same question, he gives a number of suggestions of things to try. A great answer to that question might look something like this:
A misfire on that engine could be commonly caused by X, Y or Z, although more rarely it could also be caused by W or V.
To check for X, do A, then B and C - if you then see D, you know that X has failed and needs replacing.
Y is slightly harder to diagnose, as you need to do E and F, but much easier to fix if it is the cause, as you just need to G and H.
Similarly, you've posted two answers on OBD questions stating that OBD-II is a US standard and that EOBD is European - this may be technically correct, but it's not all that helpful to the asker - better would be to note what the differences are between them (from my understanding the two are effectively identical) and what difference, if any, it might make to a user looking to read the codes.
Generally, the best answers are those that are helpful to the community at large as well as the original asker - and one-liners often aren't, as they don't give any detail. Say what, and say why (and where applicable, how). References are good too, but don't just give links - summarise what they say as well, as links can go stale quickly.
Hope this helps!