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Issue #3

These alt-text must not be used as captions, because they are meanless and on other articles contain only server's file name, see:

On this specific page they are still absolutely meanless, because they describe images very literally (that's what img/@alt attribute does).

I'll play a little as Captain Obvious Raptor to finish this discussion at all:

"Seven Minimalist Poster" -> Under "Seven" minimalist poster (there's the same text on the poster).
"Guardians of the Galaxy Minimalist Poster" -> Under "Guardians of the Galaxy" minimalist poster (there's the same text on the poster).
"This Is Spinal Tap Minimalist Poster" -> Under "This Is Spinal Tap" poster (there's the same text on the poster).
And so on.
omg a third duplicate issue
Again, captions must be preserved. Source does this by getting the "data-image-title" attrib and putting it as caption. The same behavior is kept in my template.
It's not the alt attribute as this guy says. They're different and serve different purposes.
Here's another screenshot of the same slideshow from the source:
I don't understand how they're meaningless. They describe the image and that's what they do. Moreover, source does it. My goal is to keep the IV page as much as like the source, without loss of information. I didn't know keeping the caption, which source clearly displays, is somehow an issue.

The issue can only be valid if source doesn't show any captions and I adopt meaningless alt text as caption.
The source shows this same thing as caption and they're not meaningless.
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Jun 19, 2017