What’s the semantically correct tag for citing the photographer of an image?

I have a blog that has posts that contain images.

The HTML for the images looks like this:

<figure>
  <img>
  <figcaption>Photo courtesy of ABC.</figcaption>
</figure>

However, when I checked MDN’s documentation, I found that this use of <figcaption> for the photographer is incorrect:

The HTML or Figure Caption element represents a caption
or legend describing the rest of the contents of its parent
element.

So then I tried to find an HTML tag that makes sense semantically for citing the photographer.

Another search revealed the <cite> tag, but according to the MDN documentation:

The HTML Citation element () is used to describe a reference to a cited creative work, and must include the title of that work.

So what’s the (a?) semantically correct tag for citing the photographer on an image?

Air travel – Air Serbia has dropped a compensation offer, citing Covid-19. Is it correct?

Someone I know has booked a return flight on Air Serbia from Vienna to Podgorica (Montenegro) via Belgrade, departing on March 6, 2020 and returning on March 14, 2020. On March 10, 2020, Air Serbia canceled the journey return from Belgrade to Vienna without explanation; the passenger contacted Air Serbia by telephone and was able to make a new reservation for the next available flight, 24 hours later than the original return date. Air Serbia told them by phone that reasonable transportation, meals and accommodation costs for the unplanned overnight stay in Belgrade would be compensated.

According to Air Serbia declaration on passenger rights*, EU regulation 261/2004 on flight compensation is integrated into Serbian law, so we assume that the passenger is entitled not only to the cost of staying in Belgrade, but also to 250 € Compensation for the canceled flight.

The passenger therefore requested compensation using the Air Serbia online form*, including all relevant travel information and documents (receipts, etc.). Air Serbia has just rejected the request as follows:

Thank you for your patience during the processing of the complaint relating to your journey from BEG to PRG on 14.3.2020.

After carefully considering your complaint, I regret to inform you that we are unable to compensate in this case. This decision was made taking into account the specific circumstances of your case, due to the coronavirus pandemic. Please note that the decision is final.

We are sorry that our service of 14.3.2020 did not meet your expectations and hope that we will be delighted to welcome you aboard an Air Serbia flight in the future.

We are skeptical about this rejection for the following reasons:

  1. On the phone, Air Serbia had already promised compensation at least for transportation, accommodation and meals in Belgrade.

  2. Air Serbia canceled the flight before the governments of serbia and austria have imposed travel restrictions abroad related to the coronavirus pandemic.

  3. At no time before, Air Serbia had indicated that the cancellation was due to the pandemic.

  4. According to the answer to another question related to Covid-19 here (Can I get a refund for a flight canceled due to COVID-19?), "According to EU rules, you always get a refund".

We would therefore like answers to the following questions:

  1. Under Serbian or EU law (whichever is applicable in our case), is the passenger actually entitled to compensation in this case?

  2. If the answer to the previous question is "yes", from which executing agency can the passenger appeal the final decision of Air Serbia? The EU usefully provides a list of national bodies responsible for the application of EC Directive 261/2004, but Serbia is not on this list. If there is no national executing agency in Serbia, can the passenger appeal to that of Austria, since she bought the ticket and resides there?


* Note that due to Air Serbia's broken website, you may need to follow this link twice before the correct page is displayed. It appears that new website visitors are always redirected to its home page.

Citing sources in blog posts

I'm new to the blog scene and have a question on how to cite sources. I can easily research how to cite sources in blog articles, but I wonder if I am supposed to cite all of my sources at the end of the blog article or if I should cite them all in the article blog as well. Also, how do I know what I need and what I don't know? Please respond, thank you!

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