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    Alt tags are description of images provided in the source of your website to help search engine robots crawl and know about the webpage image. The alt tag helps to rank your images higher in search engines.
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    Alt tags are used to describe images to search engines. As search engines crawl web content, alt tags help them comprehend the images and related webpages. Alt tags will increase the chance of search engines returning your images in search queries.
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    The alternative attribute can be input within the 'alt text' or 'alt tag' of the image element and the exact wording used depends on the context of the image as much as the content itself. An additional benefit is that it provides a semantic description of images for search engines.

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    Alt tags provide useful information to users who may not be able to see the images on a webpage, due to a visual impairment, the use of screen readers or low-bandwidth.

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    The term “alt tag” is a commonly used abbreviation of wha’ts actually an alt attribute on an img tag. Every time you have an image in your text, the alt tag should describe what’s on the image. Screen readers for the blind and visually impaired will read out this text and thus make your image accessible.

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    Alt tag is very important to tell the search engine spider that what type of image the website have.

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    The alt tag will be utilized by screen readers, those browsers utilized Toward Visually impaired Furthermore outwardly impeded people, will let them the thing that is on the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unlimiteddata View Post
    The term “alt tag” is a commonly used abbreviation of wha’ts actually an alt attribute on an img tag. Every time you have an image in your text, the alt tag should describe what’s on the image. Screen readers for the blind and visually impaired will read out this text and thus make your image accessible. Know more at http://bitly.com/2Efyoza
    ALT JUST for Google, though. Use ALT attribute text for descriptive text that helps visitors

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    An alt tag, also known as "alt attribute" and "alt description," is an HTML attribute applied to image tags to provide a text alternative for search engines. Applying images to alt tags such as product photos can positively impact an ecommerce store's search engine rankings.

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