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Issue #2

<cite> together with figure caption?
<figcaption class="td-slide-caption td-gallery-slide-content">
<div class="td-gallery-slide-copywrite --tg-instantview-region-selected">© riproduzione riservata</div>
<span class="--tg-instantview-region-selected">Fiorello autografi</span>
Use //div[@class="td-gallery-slide-copywrite"] as <cite> inside <figcaption>
Andrew A.
This needs to be explained. You see, at first I thought that this block is for credits too. And I actually made it into <cite> in the previous version of the template:

But then I'd found cases where the text in the bottom right isn't credits. After that, I'd removed it from there.

Check it out:
1) — in the bottom right: "deposito visto dall'alto", "ingresso", "recinzione divelta" etc. That's not credits, that's descriptions.
2) — the same here: not credits. Descriptions.

If there are opposite cases, I believe the safest solution would be not mark this text as credits.

P.S. Actually, I don't quite understand the original purpose of this class. "cop
Declined by admin
Since "copywrite" isn't used exclusively for credits in this site, it's acceptable to not format it as <cite>
Type of issue
IV page is missing essential content
Mar 16, 2019