The link works, its complicated but it works. It could easily be made into a New Question , New Post or such.
The title says "preview page" but that could be made to clarify you're asking a new question.
Providing a dropdown menu for choosing a section could easily be added but isn't essential.
I think my version, even if it takes more space and what not, is better.
If you like it, save it to your harddisk, add a <base href="http://www.perlmonks.org/"> and open in your browser :) Its what I would do if I asked more questions :)
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