alt-attribute


HTML codes inside alt tags

本小妞迷上赌 提交于 2019-12-13 17:43:07
问题 Is it ok to put html codes inside alt tags? I have a slider that uses alt tags for description. In order style the description, I have to put html codes. My problem is I dont know if it will harm SEO or any other things to consider.. 回答1: HTML markup is not valid for the contents of the alt attribute . If you need a fancy dialog ox you can easilt accomlish this with JavaScript and maye even plain old CSS. That way your code is valid and you don't run into any potential SEO issues. 回答2: Yes,

How to change image and alt attribute on click?

扶醉桌前 提交于 2019-12-06 03:15:59
问题 I'm looking to change several images onclick using JQuery instead of normal JavaScript and also change the image alt attribute at the same time for accessibility. It should be something easy as I'm not looking to do some special effect on change but I still haven't find anything about it. Here is the way I was doing with JS (without change the alt attribute): <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www

Accessibility: recommended alt-text convention for SVG and MathML?

跟風遠走 提交于 2019-11-27 10:36:13
Overview HTML5 now allows <svg> and <math> markup with an HTML document without depending on external namespaces (decent overview here ). Both have their own alt -attribute analogs (see below) which are effectively ignored by today's screen-reader software. Thus, these elements are inaccessible to blind users. Are there plans to implement a standard alt-text convention for these new elements? I've scoured the docs and have come up dry! Futher Details Regarding SVG: an SVG's alternate text could be considered the contents of the root title or desc tag. <svg> <title>An image title</title> <desc

Accessibility: recommended alt-text convention for SVG and MathML?

冷暖自知 提交于 2019-11-26 17:57:46
问题 Overview HTML5 now allows <svg> and <math> markup with an HTML document without depending on external namespaces (decent overview here). Both have their own alt -attribute analogs (see below) which are effectively ignored by today's screen-reader software. Thus, these elements are inaccessible to blind users. Are there plans to implement a standard alt-text convention for these new elements? I've scoured the docs and have come up dry! Futher Details Regarding SVG: an SVG's alternate text

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