Viewing 4 replies - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
  • Plugin Support gabyimagely

    (@gabyimagely)

    Hello @sasag,

    The alt tags you’re seeing are required by the browser. We don’t have any options or ability to remove those, unfortunately. I hope this helps clarify

    Are you sure that is correct.
    The browser shows text on hover from the content of the Alt field. In Gallery Management, the Alt field is set in the upper text field next to the thumbnail. By default this is usually filed by the filename, but you can easily clear it. If the Alt field is empty, then there should be no text on hover.

    Plugin Support gabyimagely

    (@gabyimagely)

    Apologies @mbsharp,

    We’ll try to create a documentation blog post about it.
    But it’s just like I have described.

    That it’s part of the browser’s behavior, of course, you can adjust that “Title/Alt” information using the Manage Gallery option. But that it’s a feature that allows changing the title and alt value at the same time to NextGen Gallery.

    The “Alternative text” it’s crucial to make your site accessible to a wider audience (screen readers, and such), here is more information about it:https://webaim.org/techniques/alttext/

    Nevertheless, we have some suggestions from other users:
    – Use the NextGen Gallery description as the Alt attribute.
    – Have Title and Alt attribute separated for each photograph?

    Please, feel free to add your opinion as a feature request using this form:
    https://www.imagely.com/feature-voting/

    Plugin Support gabyimagely

    (@gabyimagely)

    Because it has been a month or more since your last reply, I am going to mark this as resolved as I assume you have found a solution. Please feel free to reply again if you still have questions. Thanks!

Viewing 4 replies - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
  • The topic ‘hover of picture’ is closed to new replies.