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Creation 36(4):20–23, October 2014

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‘Young’ age's of the Earth & Universe Q&A

The is yet another test -changing something to test update

by Peter the Smartt

Jim Hughes

Jim is a Harvard graduate (BA, cum laude). He also has an MA from the University of British Columbia and a Diploma of Theology from Ottawa Theological Hall. He has written extensively, including articles published in several technology journals, an historical romance novel (set in Spain during the early Reformation period), is serializing a commentary on Genesis 1-11 on his congregation’s web site, and has published in creation-science journals including CMI’s Journal of Creation.

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He began his career as an urban planner in Sudbury and most recently was responsible for business analysis and software development methods and tools for a major technology company. He has managed large, complex, systems integration and software development projects, and wrote a technology blog on his company's web site. He taught Statistics for the Behavioural Sciences at Tyndale University College for ten years. He also served on the Board of the Pregnancy Care Centre in Toronto for over twenty-five years. Jim and his wife Lillian live in Scarborough, ON and have six children and ten grandchildren.

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Readers’ comments

Peter S.
test publishing a comment with a response
Sylvia Smartt
test publishing a response to a comment
Love S.
Date received and publisher
Peter S.
Test commenting after big switch to https.

I am going to add some line breaks.
That is to see if they will convert to paragraphs or br's
I will try it on the live system

I will try it on dev

I will just save edits - no emails
Testing T.
Testing the non-duplicate original _POST country again
Testing T.
Testing the original _POST country again
Testing T.
Testing the original _POST country
testworth T.
This is just a test
Testing T.
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tester T.
Testing how infobytes figures out the country
Testing T.
Testing where the infobytes handler gets the country from
Sylvia Smartt
Testing publishing a response on the live system
Peter S.
This is a legitimate email address
Peter S.
Testing good email address
Peter S.
Testing where it falls back to after publishing
Peter S.
Trying to get an article through
Peter Smartt
Testing publishing a response - Chrome glitch with confirm not waiting but just returning No.
Peter S.
Testing which page it drops back to after I publish a comment.
Peter S.
Don - please ignore - This is a comment that I intend to publish
testing F.
Testing the new Facebook button
Peter Smartt
Don - please ignore ...

And this is the response, with the redirect to Link with redirect removed in email hopefully:)
hyperlinks L.
This one only has a link to http://www.creation.com/a/8941, so it should send the normal email.
hyperlinks H.
This one has links to [link deleted per feedback rules], so let's see what the email says.
Hyperlink tester H.
hello here is a hyperlink [link deleted per feedback rules] fffff
Hyperlink tester H.
here be a hyperlink [link deleted per feedback rules] vvvv
Hyperlink tester H.
This one has a hyperlink to [link deleted per feedback rules] and should have the different message in the email.
Hyperlink tester H.
This one doesn't have any hyperlinks at all.
Hyperlink tester H.
No hyperlinks except for http://creation.com/a/8941 dddd
Hyperlink tester H.
Here is a hyperlink [link deleted per feedback rules] that was a link
test email message E.
Don - please ignore ---- Testing adding a message with some http links [link deleted per feedback rules], some links with https [link deleted per feedback rules], something with just the slashes [link deleted per feedback rules], something with regular dots this.should.be.ok and something with an interesting query string [link deleted per feedback rules] However, having said all that, we love people to link to http://creation.com, http://www.creation.com, //creation.com, //www.creation.com, or any of our articles like http://www.creation.com/biology-exam-fraud, or other articles.
Peter Smartt
Don, please ignore --- And this is the response
Hyperlink tester S.
Testing adding a message with some http links [link deleted per feedback rules], some links with https [link deleted per feedback rules], something with just the slashes [link deleted per feedback rules], something with regular dots this.should.be.ok and something with an interesting query string [link deleted per feedback rules] However, having said all that, we love people to link to http://creation.com, http://www.creation.com, //creation.com, //www.creation.com, or any of our articles like http://www.creation.com/biology-exam-fraud, or other articles.
T. S.
Testing
Seen Y.
Testing the changes in emal message
Seen Y.
testing after went life
sylvia S.
Testing for over quota 2
Kathy B.
Re test to see the changes from recipient to correspondent
Man Hui N.
Testing please ignore
Sylvia S.
Testing the email address which is in the banlist
Sylvia S.
Testing
Sylvia Smartt
This response has bold, italics,


a blockquote


some lists

  1. item 1

  2. item 2

  3. item 3


and it could have more markup if needed.
pj J.
Testing
pp P.
Testing
Kom K.
Testing
fred F.
Why is it broken nowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
Molén M.
Let's see if Molén is supportable, or Try some words in other languages with funny characters Nestlé ÖŸËÒÔӭӫ
Already published and changing the tidyMessage
Sylvia S.
Testing of infobytes
Peter S.
Test - A comment to test links to cmi articles in the response, and to check what the email does with the links
Sylvia Smartt
Here is a link to itself, and here is a link to the age of the earth Q&A page, which is another article
Peter S.
Trying to see why the debug seems wrong
Sylvia Smartt
Just testing for broken response
Peter S.
testing dddddddddddddddd>fgggggggggggggggggg<eeeeeeeee
Peter S.
Hmmm, so it seems>like we need three<levels of indirection to fix this bug.

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