Stop reproduction companies from changing the Zoom button to a link
I have been using WikiArt for years. When I look at paintings, I like to click on the Zoom + button to look at them more closely. Now I see there is a company called 1st-art-gallery.com which has somehow deliberately changed the + button to a direct link to its website. This is BS! I want the Zoom function, not their website!! Are they allowed to do this, or have they somehow managed to do this on their own?
it's look like website is hacked, unintentional redirect to other site is one of the biggest sins, I can't believe that it possible on wikiart, even PH more delicate with it.
To elaborate: When looking at a picture in high quality, the entire page except the info bar at the bottom and controls in the top-right becomes a huge hidden link to 1st-art-gallery.com. That makes it impossible to scroll the picture (unless you release the mouse button outside of the browser window) and to zoom in using a double-tap gesture. There is no reason for that to happen:
a) at the bottom there is an icon that follow you to the same 1st-art-gallery page anyway
b) I can guarantee you nobody who clicks on a picture of a painting in the zoom mode does so with the intention of buying it, especially considering there's absolutely no indication that's what's supposed to happen.