This infographic is identifiable by its large @height and should link to full-res image to be readable.
- Andrew A.
- If you try to zoom the original picture, you will hardly see anything either. I compared the quality, and it's nearly equal. I have a rule for tall infographics in my templates, but linking starts from higher height values. Otherwise, there are many false positives.
Also, the Checklist doesn't mention "large @height" as an acceptable way to identify tall infographics: "If there’s a reliable way to identify them (e.g., consistently used attributes or a specific section on the website that only contains infographics)". Other big pictures can be present on pages that are not infographics.
But I guess, some unnecessary links are better than no link when it's needed, so I will agree with you.
- Declined by admin
- Type of issue
- IV page is missing essential content
- Apr 14, 2019