- First, they don't always show up like div[iframe][p] in your example, I can find a bunch of variants on other sites:
1. https://www.soy502.com/articulo/guatemalteco-arturo-castro-protagonista-nuevo-film-ang-lee figure[iframe][p]
2. https://instantview.telegram.org/contest/nautil.us/template54/issue2/ iframe/next-sibling::p
3. https://mir24.tv/news/14265338/ekspert-na-marse-mozhno-zhit-kak-na-zimovke-v-antarktide A messy one
4. https://www.sohh.com/houston-producer-kennyboy-calls-friday-star-clifton-powell-class-act-knows-business/ another messy one
It's web, people modify code all the time.
And this page might be the only one containing vimeo on this site.
I can see you play those gray area issues very good, it's not that critical that I would revoke template myself, but it could be a problem if u convince admin. Guess this is what u called tactic in the IV group?
- Type of issue
- IV page is missing essential content
- Apr 23, 2019
Could I know about risks of handling default Vimeo captions? Maybe some chance that combining this iframe with next paragraph containing a link to the same video (link to the video and link in caption are always equal), stable text (https://prnt.sc/nft7rz) and second link to Vimeo main page?
I can't imagine what can be wrong with this way.
If we should handle Giphy captions, why Vimeo is a hard goal?
Sorry again, but I have't any other possibility to answer you another way even if you ask for this :D