I was reading a question, and the OP had entered a jsFiddle link without the
http:// into the question. I wanted that to be a link, so I edited it to add the
When I went to save the edit (yes, I forgot an edit summary, sue me), I got an error.
Your edit couldn't be submitted. Please see the error above.
Unless I'm just blind, I don't see any errors. What's wrong with my (helpful) edit?
After staring at the screen for a bit longer, I noticed the error the message was referring to! It's on the right of the textbox, blended in with the Careers 2.0 ad.
Can this error popup be a little more obvious? Maybe show the error with the message below the textbox?
Also, I'm guessing the OP entered the URL without the
http:// just to get around this error (wonder if he noticed the popup). Can we maybe enforce this better? Like don't allow jsFiddle links regardless of whether they are clickable or not?
P.S. I copy & pasted the code into the question to complete my edit!
Helping search with/without punctuation: "Your edit couldn't be submitted. Please see the error above." - Your edit couldnt be submitted Please see the error above - "Your question couldn't be submitted. Please see the error above." - "Your answer couldn't be submitted. Please see the error above."