Two days ago I stumbled across this question. Today I noticed that it was closed with the comment "This question needs details or clarity". One of the closers already posted the following comment: "The title does not make clear what you are asking." For me this sounds rather strange because I think the purpose of the body of the post should make clear what the OP is asking. But I assume that the user wants to tell the OP that the title is poor, and I think it actually was rather poor. The OP edited the title two times then the question was closed. The question itself seems very clear to me. The user is member for three days and this is his first post. The user is labeled as "New Contributor" and therefore "Take care in asking for clarification, commenting, and answering. Check out our Code of Conduct." I checked out the Code of Conduct and found at least two relevant statements.
If you’re here to help others, be patient and welcoming. (...) Offer support if you see someone struggling or otherwise in need of help.
(...) Edits, comments, and suggestions are healthy parts of our community.
I can't see how these statements are considered here and I can't see how an improper close reason can be used to close a question.
I already sent a comment to one of the closers and he confirmed that he closed the question because of the title but otherwise ignored by objection.
Is it justified to close a question with such reason? Does it contradict the code of conduct to close this question in this way, without supporting the OP and with a improper closing reason?