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  • For images that have blank alt tags, the img tag includes alt instead of alt="". Is there a way to resolve this?

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by besweeet.
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  • Hi @besweeet
    Use this plugin it will solve both Alt and title empty tags.
    Alt Manager

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by Mohamed Saad.
    Thread Starter besweeet

    (@besweeet)

    @arabianmido That plugin doesn’t solve for this. Using the site name or page title as the alt tag does not support proper accessibility as the alt tag itself must properly describe what’s being shown. An image with alt="Home" does not make sense.

    Hi @besweeet
    The propose of the plugin is to fix missing title and alt images tags and bulk edit it and also to be clear the most useful way to bulk descripe images is page title or your sitename if the user wants to use a custom alt tag so he will need to do this by changing the alt tag from media or from the html code

    Thread Starter besweeet

    (@besweeet)

    That’s a nice plugin, but it unfortunately doesn’t solve for my original issue. I need the code to be alt="" instead of simply alt.

    Hi @besweeet
    I think the best solution for this issue is to edit the image alt from media library or from the editor you are using to build the page content.

    thanks for this it really helped…
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    mccullough36

    (@mccullough36)

    I’ll be sure to keep an eye on this thread. Looking for the same issue. Bumped into your thread. Thanks for creating it. Looking forward for solution.

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    Thread Starter besweeet

    (@besweeet)

    @mccullough36 We might be better off filling in the alt tag anyway with a description, even if the graphic isn’t relevant.

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