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  • Resolved saintsnotsinners


    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.

    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!

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  • 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="" title="Free Resources">Free Resources</a>

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

    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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