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Issue #1

These should be icons.

All those images have additional width and height set in `style` attribute while they already have larger width and height attributes, also they are floated, just like those small icons here https://www.sevendays.nl/nieuws/niks-te-doen-deze-zomer-ruim-je-kast-op.
Ilya Borovik
Originally, these images are not icons. They have high quality versions and can be used as normal full-sized images.

The question is: why we should put images that have a resolution much higher than 320px and not used as icons into <pic> tag?

<pic> does not allow zooming and makes the small text on posters impossible to read. while on the website it is possible to open the image in new tab and see the details, the <pic> tag in IV does not offer this opportunity.

The other link that you attached clearly has icons used in addition to main text.

I guess it is acceptable not to use <pic> tag here because we all can assure that we don’t deliver low quality images that blow up on client screens to the end-user.

So I think both variants are fine
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Apr 5, 2019 at 4:56 AM