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When we have an image on a web page and that image conveys content, then we know it is important to provide a text equivalent of the content that image offers. The most typical (but not only) way of doing this is to add the text equivalent content in an alt attribute on that image. […]
In websites offering news, it’s common for there to be a story title and an image both linking to the actual story. The design requirement, or even a tracking requirement, may force there to be two separate links, one for the story title, and one for the story image. Image links A common mistake is […]