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- It possible to determine text as image caption when:
a) Text and image have one container,
Ex: <div align="center"><img src=".." /><i>Img caption</i></div>
b) Text is placed directly below image container.
Ex: <div align="center"><img src=".." /></div><div align="center"><i>Img caption</i></div>
This text does not located in image wrapper and separated from image by one line break (<br />) which can mean that this text is not a image caption, and in other cases making captions from them can broke content.
Some example articles:
This 2 articles have the same formatting for 1st images and text below them.
But this text, in my opinion, is more like a first (lead) paragraph, while in your template they are used as a cover caption.
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- Yep, it's more like a captions.
- Type of issue
- IV page is missing essential content
- Jun 13, 2017