This answer came up on my radar. The first thing I noticed about it was its inappropriate use of inline code formatting for something that is not code. Naturally, I tried to edit it:
FOILED! Turns out, the answer is actually a link-only answer to an external resource, which we've already decided is unacceptable and should be blocked. Great, I can support that.
But, if we're going to try, it should not be this trivial to beat.
You see, now I don't know if this was just one of those users who doesn't know what code formatting is used for, or if (s)he was using this to work around the smackdown put on link-only answers. If it was the former, they didn't even get a chance to ignore the good advice we're providing!
If you're posting a link to a jsFiddle, you're going to need block-formatted code; inline code simply won't do it. So why don't we check for that? When would inline code ever be enough?