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6.2.2 Cover images

It is obligatory to use a cover image:

If the image is present on the page and described in the source as “featured-img”, “cover”, “lead_img”, “main_image”, etc.

Image wrapped in div with class article_img_container.
Sam Chen
Guess you don't really check many pages, this site has some small cover images, for example https://www.geenstijl.nl/5146911/man-analyseert-alle-gs-comments-over-gulden/, the cover image is only 115px width, so it's not suitable for cover.

You might be wonder if we can get larger one by manipulate url? No, you can't. You can try it yourself https://images.gscdn.nl/image/a267758221_D2BZLrYXcAMaoS6.png-large.png?rect=112%2C0%2C556%2C556&w=115&s=ab138931c289c748b8b8cd9fb6f74510 by modifying 115 in url.

Actually we can get a larger one from og:image in that case, but there're cases where og:image is not same as image in .article_img_container, for example this url https://www.geenstijl.nl/5146830/gs-korting-op-kaartjes-voor-de-international-amsterdam-motor-show/

So, technically, we can't set a suitable cover image for all articles on this site, that's why I leave it in body. It's not a mistake, it's on purpose.
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Mar 30, 2019