On Sun, May 18, 2014 at 9:13 AM, rupert THURNER <rupert.thurner(a)gmail.com>wrote;wrote:
The main page seems to be such an obscure case that it
might be adressed
when we have a better idea than forcing millions of exception edits what
Obscure in what sense? I would expect mainpage images to get more clicks
than all those exceptions.
Anyway, do you have examples of exceptions were adding either link= or
class="metadata" would not be a good idea even irrespective of MediaViewer?
Most exceptions I've seen so far would benefit from either being marked as
not part of the article content, or marked as "not really an image but
something tricky" (CSS magics - a lot of other tools than lightboxes will
have trouble with these). Also, for most "tricky" images going to the
description page on click is really horrible behavior (see e.g. this