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What is the text in the Alt image?


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Also called "alt tags" and "alt descriptions," alt text is the written copy that appears in place of an image on a webpage if the image fails to load on a user's screen. This text helps screen-reading tools describe images to visually impaired readers and allows search engines to better crawl and rank your website

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Alt text (alternative text) is a word or phrase that can be inserted as an attribute in an HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) document to tell Web site viewers the nature or contents of an image. The alt text appears in a blank box that would normally contain the image. Alt text is useful when an image link is not available because of a broken or changed URL or some other issue.

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Also called "alt tags" and "alt legends" alt text is the written copy that appears in place of an image on a Web page if the image does not load on a user's screen. This text using screen reading tools describe images for the visually impaired readers and search engines to better crawl and categorize your website.

 

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The tags also known as "alt tag" and "alt legend" alt text is a written copy that appears in place of an image on a web page if the image is not loaded to the user's screen. This text of screen reading tools finds images for visually impaired readers and search engines to better categorize your website.

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Alt text is a word or phrase that can be inserted into an HTML document to convey the nature of the image to the website's visitors. Alt text appears in the empty box which usually contains the image. Alt text is useful when an image link is not available due to a broken or changed URL or any other issue.

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