“alt” – What, Why, How and When?

Accessibility Checklist Examples, Web Accessibility
Today, we see that web content is increasing with a rocket speed and more often we see non-textual elements on the websites and applications. let's consider scenarios such as: Due to bandwidth reason, if images are not loaded on to the web page search Engines like Yahoo! Search (External link) or Google (external link) do not understand graphics User may be a person with vision impairment and rely on screen reader (external link) to browse the web So how can make sure such non-text content is accessible to all users and search engines specially those images and image links? Ultimate solution is appropriate use of alt. alt means alternative; means we should provide alternative to non-text content such as images. It's a MUST have requirement as per Web Content Accessibility…
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