The text indicating the source is required. A user will not know what it means only the text, without the accompaniment
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- No. In this image credits we have, surprise, image credits. <cite> in IV media caption designed for indicating credits: author or image source. In original site layout image credits divided from the main image. So, this remark makes sense in original site.
In our case, it's ("Crédito fotografía:") rudimentary, because <cite> should not contain only credit, without obvious remarks, if it's identifiable.
> A user will not know what it means only the text, without the accompaniment
According to this logic, we should write "Caption" for every image caption, "Kicker:" for every kicker, etc.
- Type of issue
- IV page is missing essential content
- Apr 27, 2019