Caption not placed inside the appropriate tag.
- Thanks for the comment.
In this case, the text in the <em> tag under the picture may not be related to the picture itself.
There are several points:
- The authors of this site do not always use captions for pictures.
- Not always the captions to the pictures are wrapped in the tag <em>
- There is no guarantee that there will not be a situation where the author of the article does not write a caption to the picture and decides to wrap the next paragraph of the article in <em>. As usual text selection or
I would agree with the problem if there were some identifiers for the signatures in the text, for example <figcaption> (as in the cover image) or <div class = "img_caption">, which can be uniquely identified and labeled as photo captions
An example of your unsuccessful implementation can be seen here:
So, I dare to suggest that your assumption is only an option for making a number of links on this site work. This is not a general rule.
- Declined by admin
- Template creators should not create workarounds for the websites' issues. The <em> tag could be used for completely unrelated things. Also if it is used in 90% as a caption it's not in 100% of cases.
It's quite an edge case but it's at least optional to support random <em> tags as captions and hence it's not a valid issue.
- Type of issue
- IV page is missing essential content
- Feb 11, 2019 at 5:08 PM