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Which preposition should we use with posted?

  • A new question is posted to Stack Overflow every 12 seconds.
  • A new question is posted at Stack Overflow every 12 seconds.
  • A new question is posted on Stack Overflow every 12 seconds.

Some examples from news websites:

The Supreme Court in Brisbane heard Lorang-Goubran met Mr Spencer through an online sex ad posted to website Craigslist and planned to rob him of drugs with a male accomplice. ABC News

In one photograph posted on the website, Mr. Roof is shown posing with wax figures of slaves. The New York Times

Notice of such cancellation, modification, or suspension will be posted at Website. NBC Connecticut


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  • Possible duplicate – Yuri Feb 24 '17 at 19:20
  • Since you can find examples from all three on news sites (which presumably use "correct" English), all three are acceptable. I'm not sure what your question is asking. – Andrew Feb 24 '17 at 19:49
  • Which one is more common? which one you would use naturally? – Shannak Feb 24 '17 at 19:53
  • Another possible duplicate: (In, On or At) GitHub? – stangdon Feb 24 '17 at 21:11
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I think the following statements can be used interchangeably when you want to express Stack Overflow as an address where some post can be posted.

A new question is posted to Stack Overflow every 12 seconds. A new question is posted at Stack Overflow every 12 seconds.

The following syntax expresses it in more specific way using "on", i.e. where a post was posted: e.g. "on StackOverFlow page. or on a Facebook wall.

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