Must be set as cover. Cover images on this site are always before div with other article content.
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.
- When the article has a cover on the source website (above the title or subtitle).
1 - This is just a common image tag without any id/class. It has just parent div with class "contenido" which is a general content div.
Also, this image isn't described in the source as “featured-img”, “cover”, “lead_img”, “main_image”, etc.
2- as you can see this image located below the title or subtitle.
So, it is the clearly optional case. From the checklist:
In other cases, cover images are optional:
- We recommend setting a cover If there's a suitable image directly below the title/subtitle.
It's just recommendation, but not an obligation
- Declined by admin
- Type of issue
- IV page is missing essential content
- Apr 14, 2019 at 3:39 AM