- Danil Dunaitsev
- Description is not equal to subtitle. This paragraph has class "item_info" so there is no reason to think that this is a subtitle.
- Declined by admin
- That absolutely does not look like a subtitle. Also there is nothing in the source indicating that it's a subtitle.
- Type of issue
- IV page is missing essential content
- Mar 3, 2019
This paragraph is a subtitle, since it comes in the <meta> of the html of the beginning of the web page.
<meta property = "og: title" content = "Rio de Janeiro hosts its traditional canine carnival">
<meta property = "og: description" content = "The streets are filled with superheroes, clowns, policemen and even a bride 'on the run' in a red convertible">
<meta property = "og: url" content = "https://www.levante-emv.com/multimedia/videos/sociedad/2019-03-03-167847-janeiro-acoge-tradicional-carnaval-canino.html" >
And according to the rules.
A subtitle is a subordinate title of a published work or article giving additional information about its content. If this is present in the original article, a subtitle is required.