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Issue #1

According to the admin's explanation here:
a generic site logo is not suitable even for pages with no images in the body.
It seems that it applies to this case.
If it's not, I ask Arbiters to give more details on this matter to help us handle such cases.
Do you really not see the difference, or are you just trying to trick the admins?
Do you see the image inside the article from your site?

In my template the site logo is used as a preview image only when:
a. other suitable image not found in tags;
b. no images in the article;

Almost all articles on this site have images.
Some of them have a logo in tags. My template replaces it with an image from the article.

Articles without an image are an exception.
About 1 to 150 or less.

As a user, I would like to see the image always, even if it is a logo.
Because if the image is not there, I start thinking that something is wrong with my Internet connection.
But once again, only if there is no more suitable image.
Declined by admin
Since there's no image in the article body, the logo is acceptable
Type of issue
IV page is missing essential content
Mar 19, 2019