Here you will find some guidelines on how to use correct ALT tag descriptions. These rules should help you make your web page more effective.
- Always use the
<AREA ...>tags, and in image type
<INPUT ...>tags. You should always use the ALT tag in these situations.
- If the image you have uploaded has no visual meaning , then use
ALT="". if the image uploaded is just for a bullet, use
ALT="*"and if it is for a “horizontal rule” use
- If the image uploaded is for a a company logo then put in the alt tag “the company name” for instance if the company name is Ben Stokes Marketing put in “Ben Stokes Marketing”.
- If your image has a long description you can use the
LONGDESCattribute which will then be pointed to another page. As
LONGDESC is not really supported that well you can use“D-link” like this:
- Another good point to remember is not to use ASCII art, such as
-->to look like an arrow. if the image is an arrow, then use
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