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Issue #2

Must be formatted as image credits. It is reliably identified because it is in <class = "photographer dark-text>. The class is called a "photographer" and can only mean the source of the image
Not an issue. And you used cite which is semantically incorrect.

It's formatted exactly as in the original article.

Admins, I checked lots of pages. I suppose you have access to my checked pages, so you can see.

Agiw, has much serious issues. I'm not gonna raise them right now and I think my template handles this site much better.

The <cite> tag defines the title of a work (e.g. a book, a song, a movie, a TV show, a painting, a sculpture, etc.).
Note: A PERSON'S name is not the title of a work.

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You can check what <cite> is for under MediaCaption type here:

"As of IV 2.0, can contain an additional tag <cite> with attribution (author, creator or source of the media)"

So <cite> is for attribution, including source, creator, etc.

So the referred to text would be <cite>.
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Type of issue
IV page is missing essential content
Mar 9, 2019