Google has removed the'View Image' button in image search results, eliminating a simple way for users to see an image in isolation from the page it was sourced from. The seemingly small change has implications for many users since it makes it more difficult to save high-resolution images straight from image search results. The change is related to last week's announcement by Getty Images of a new multi-year licensing partnership with Google. Getty Image's iStock announced that Google had agreed to make its image search copyright disclaimer more prominent and remove the View Image button. The photo agency last year filed a competition complaint with the European Commission accusing Google of promoting piracy because its image search results included large, high-resolution images.
Image SEO used to be a huge aspect of content and site optimization, with the potential to drive tons of image search traffic. File names, alt tags, and image sitemaps were all super important. The "view image" button was added to Google Images in 2013. With the new implementation, sites saw an average decrease of 63 percent in image search traffic. While image optimization is still an extensive practice, it hasn't been effective for driving much traffic.
Thousands have gathered in central London for anti-Trump rallies to protest his official visit to the UK. True to British form, the signs captured the acerbic wit of this great nation. SEE ALSO: Giant Trump Baby blimp flies over London and it's making Donald feel'unwelcome' On 12 July, the day of Trump's arrival, demonstrators gathered outside Winfield House, the London residence of US Ambassador Woody Johnson, where POTUS and FLOTUS spent the night. On 13 July, a giant blimp of Donald Trump dressed in nothing but a nappy hovered ominously over parliament and rallies took place across the capital. Protestors marched through Oxford Circus and Regent Street in one of the biggest rallies.
It was always going to be a wedding like no other. But, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day is shaping up to be a royal wedding like no other. Notably absent from the usual guest lists are heads of states and politicians. In their stead, Meghan and Harry have chosen to send their invites to celebrity A-listers. SEE ALSO: How guests will be expected to behave at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding Here are some of the celebs who showed up for the happy couple's nuptials at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.