@Angry fixed. Just a heads up, all those links in the build descriptions (and more links than text) are pretty much likely to trigger the spam system. At least that's my guess. Wait ~15 minutes for any other edit so the system can settle in, otherwise it might mark it as spam again.
@n00berlin: The build shows up in search. But you probably haven't changed the default search option "Top - Week" to "Top - All time". But here's some other, easier options:
* You can tell them your DFans username and then your build can be found under "Builds" in your profile.
* You can give them the build number (92179) which translates into a pretty simple URL: diablofans.com/builds/92179
* Let them search for your name in the search tool (and again, make them aware of the default restriction which only searches for past week).
Alright, well. I'd like to try putting it again but it's still listed as a "build" and it comes up on the search, etc. Is there any way to get it off there? If not I guess I can just make the same build again and put NOT BROKEN in the name of it or something.
I'm afraid that's not possible It used to be possible a few patches ago, but I think the developers disabled the ability to change the patch number of a build. The reason for that is that people would carry their highest upvoted build and keep editing it to accumulate more and more upvotes but maintaining the highest-ranked build. Basically if one were to able to change the version number to PTR, anyone with 200+ upvotes on the build could just switch it to "ptr version" and it would be the #1 build in the next patch again.
I've just created two builds. The first one showed up without any issues but the second one almost immediately disappeared. Then, while editing the first build, it disappeared as well. Would love to figure out why they went away!