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[resolved] Help with removing "alt" tags in the Nav Menu (3 posts)

  1. saintsnotsinners
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I've been all through my theme's files in the Editor, checked the header.php, and even the stylesheet.css, but I'm not sure where this problem would reside.

    http://saintsnotsinners.org/

    If you hover over the links on my nav-menu, you get one of those "alt" messages that are supposed to pop up for broken image links. It looks messy with the way I have the nav-menu because it blocks some of the drop down options.

    Does anybody know where in the theme's files I would go to remove that option? I'm not too familiar with PHP so I'm not sure what I'm even looking for, or where to look. I used CTRL+F to search for terms like "title" and "alt" and "menu-item" but nothing seemed to work.

    Thanks for the help!

  2. WPyogi
    Volunteer Moderator
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Those are not alt tags -- which should never be removed, BTW, as they are used by screen readers.

    What you are looking for is the title tags:

    <a href="http://saintsnotsinners.org/free-resources/" title="Free Resources">Free Resources</a>

    Have you tried the Artisteer forums for help in changing them? We don't support those themes here.

  3. saintsnotsinners
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Oh. Didn't know that about ALT tags. That is very useful to know.

    I haven't tried the Artisteer forums, but I will do so right now.

    Thanks a lot! Take care.

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