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Issue #1

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It's possible to obtain better image resolution.
When several image resolutions are available, the IV page should use better quality images.

Image in your template:

Image in my template:

Just like this issue:
In case of text limit:

Hm... Ok, let's look at the "similar" issue.
You've had the following schema:
<a data-lightbox="gallery" href="url/VERY_LARGE/{id}.jpg>
<img src="url/LARGE_POST/{id}.jpg">
So, "src" option manipulation is changing LARGE_POST to VERY_LARGE.

The current html schema is:
<a href="ARTICLE_URL">
<img src="/images/cache/490x280/crop/images%7Ccms-image-000620271.jpg">
Do you see the difference? I think the difference is obvious.

So I think you suggest me to use one of 2 options:
1 - to use the meta OG image as a cover (which is a bad practice and npt reliably). For example only on this page you can see 3(!!) images in the meta:
OG:IMAGE : cms-image-000617586.jpg
OG:IMAGE : cms-image-000620271.jpg
OG:IMAGE : cms-image-000620272.jpg
So, a little bit weird way.
2 - to use unknown src manipulation. Why is it unknown? Because, at least there is no any <a> tags with over the <img> tag, like in your case (
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Type of issue
IV page is missing essential content
Mar 3, 2019