[theme-reviewers] Bugs in the Unit Test Data

Emil Uzelac emil at uzelac.me
Tue Jul 2 01:48:22 UTC 2013

BTW (and sorry)

#1 was already fixed, it was due to:

<span style="line-height: 1.714285714; font-size: 1rem;">The post title
renders the word “with” in </span>

No need to use anything like that in lists, still not available, but it
will be soon :)

On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 8:46 PM, Emil Uzelac <emil at uzelac.me> wrote:

> All commercial, personal etc links are now http://example.org/ and let's
> keep
> it that way. Going over the rest now and once we're done, I'll ping Lance
> to
> refresh the data for us.
> On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 8:35 PM, Emil Uzelac <emil at uzelac.me> wrote:
>> 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.
>> Emil
>> 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
>>> @devinsays
>>> <http://twitter.com/devinsays>
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