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Infographic is ureadable: https://cdn4.telesco.pe/file/pmlg4r9ibFICNk7YwIRpwdnTmW7zK5Jm_-saQupNiUTECN8C_VLevalxODsu0yzH1RRA3JGpFNAzfTNF_nBh0IHMO0E0x0Zt7n_E3shiEldBueHf0P9b5IaO-IBqq4rf_5UzVsET-ZwQpDCkieys6nm5-CXQe2G4-rlmuREfoSZlCrCr9IrSEuXr64C_K4xodIioEvT0kZEM-i7RcgQBTrT-SJ0Jy5mBqH--UULTZFY_bKJ1LN8L8d6D73LuDJiBnE2J9K6mudsv058SR8NvkqaTY3mdGhsDGwieMukAXaEaVXTa1nECOo45rS4ABBbzEc7F-b-99iQVtHEsc3pwDA.jpg

Since there is many such pages (https://www.crowdfundinsider.com/?s=infographic)

Link to the image should and can be preserved by following conditions:

1) Title contain "(Infographic)"
2) Since size attributes available, using xpath we can query only images where
height / width >= 2 (tall image)

Here is quick example:

@set_attr(href, ./../@href): $body//img[(@height div @width)>2]
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Yeah, there are so many such pages that there is only 1 such article from 2019 and 10 from 2018 :].

The highlighted image has no class or any other reliable attribute that indicates that this image is an infographic. Size attributes are not reliable identifiers of infographics: image may have size of 2x5, 3x7, etc. See also Checklist, p. 6.2.6: "If there is no reliable way to identify such images and they are not consistently featured on the website, it is acceptable to leave infographics as ordinary photos.", decision on simillar issue: https://instantview.telegram.org/contest/gazeta-chertanovo-juzhnoe.ru/template11/issue1/
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Size and the article title aren't reliable ways to identify the image as infographic.
Type of issue
IV page is missing essential content
Reported
Apr 22, 2019