this page is dynamic because when this author will write new article your related link will be update so you must not be presnt it
- If the investigations wouldn't have been parsed in <related> tags, then yes, the article itself would be kind of dynamic. However, I've intentionally put them in <related> instead of omitting them. But, please, read the checklist:
Lists of related articles are (relatively) static (a news item may eventually get an extra link to the newest piece on the topic, but this just adds another item to an otherwise static list).
This is exactly it! The investigations to a particular journalist are added every couple of months, sometimes years.
We will not accept issues on whether or not links formatted as “Related articles” are thematically related enough or static enough.
So, there's that. I believe this is not part of the service pages of the site, and have intentionally created IVs for journalists because it's relevant data and can be parsed properly.
- Declined by admin
- Type of issue
- IV generated for non-target page
- Feb 23, 2019