[theme-reviewers] Bugs in the Unit Test Data

Emil Uzelac emil at uzelac.me
Tue Jul 2 01:35:49 UTC 2013

Hey Devin,

Agreed on the non-commercial links, let's go with wordpress.org,
automattic.com and example.com instead.
No need to go above that. Shortcode test would not work and no need to test
plugins with the Themes.

BTW the Genesis titles from the demo need: word-break: break-word; ;)

I will go over the data now.


On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 8:20 PM, Devin Price <devin at wptheming.com> wrote:

> Hi.  Someone I follow on twitter (@GaryJ) noticed a few bugs in the Theme
> Unit Test Data (http://codex.wordpress.org/**Theme_Unit_Test<http://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Unit_Test>).
> I followed up with him and verified all the errors:
> 1) There's a post title called "Markup: Title with Markup", but the export
> seems to have stripped the markup, or the <b> and <i>, or <strong> and <em>
> were never actually included. Modifying the post so it becomes "Markup:
> Title <i>with</i> <b>Markup</b>" now enables potential passing of the test.
> See http://demo.gamajo.com/sample/**2013/01/markup-title-with-**markup/<http://demo.gamajo.com/sample/2013/01/markup-title-with-markup/>(if you change the h1 font-weight to 100, you'll see that the final word is
> indeed bold).
> 2) This image 404s from the import data: http://wpthemetestdata.files.**
> wordpress.com/2008/06/**dsc20050813_115856_52.jpg<http://wpthemetestdata.files.wordpress.com/2008/06/dsc20050813_115856_52.jpg>
> .
> 3) There's a comment by John Saddington that uses a [youtube ...]
> shortcode. I'm not sure if this is supported in JetPack, but if so, it's
> not mentioned within the comment, and if not, then perhaps a [video...]
> shortcode or oEmbeded link might be better.
> 4) On the Comments post, there's a 2-3 posts by Michael Novotny that say
> it is an Author comment as well. Obviously trickier if the post is imported
> and assigned to a new or existing user, but the comments seem to be made by
> someone who isn't any of the default authors, so I don't think it would
> ever match up. There's also another comment which mentions "Author comment"
> made by Alex, yet his user ID is 0, so that would never the relevant post
> author class to appear either.
> --
> I also noticed the commenters on the "Template: Comments" changed to be
> mostly folks from the 8bit team.  They're great guys, but I think it might
> be more appropriate to have the unit test data be completely non-commercial
> (remove links to companies, etc).  (No mail list drama y'all.  Just +1 if
> you like.)
> I believe a theme team admin will need to make these changes, so just
> wanted to pass it on.
> --
> Devin Price
> WP Theming
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