When to use ignorant stand definitions
Which of the examples is correct:
welcome at StackExchange
welcome on StackExchange
Or are both allowed?
I'm currently translating a website into 3 languages and I'm a little confused.
I think that fits in better, although, as @One has discussed, both are acceptablewhich is the cause of my slight confusion.
On the internet you can endless Find examples such as:
welcome at Facebook ...
welcome on Facebook ...
and for example (original from the German Facebook page)
You own all content and information that you on Facebook post.
...If you at Posted on Facebook.
You could also use the last example on to write:
...If you on Posted on Facebook.
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