Categories alt code image podcast text web ALT, Long Description, D-Link Post author By Dennis Post date October 1, 2005 7 Comments on ALT, Long Description, D-Link Good and bad examples of the ALT parameter. Long descriptions and D-links: what are they and how do you code one? Download Web Axe Episode 5 W3C on text equivalents Code samples: [d] ← Web Axe Promo → Abbreviation and Acronym Issue 7 replies on “ALT, Long Description, D-Link” Editor’s note: It’s good practice for the d-link to include a title attribute to clarify what it’s for. See third code example. D-link, cool, learn something everyday! 🙂 Hi can you tell me that the alt tags that i put on the my website is ok http://www.dimensioni.net i think according to your it should not be but what can i do for this becasue i need to put all the keywords of my website in the alt tag is any other methods to put lot of keywords in our site. plz tell me Hello Ambrish, I’ve looked at your web site home page. The ALT attribute for the images with numbers should only state the number i.e. alt=”one”. For the image with a URL, why not just use text? Spacer images should have an empty ALT attribute i.e. alt=””. Bullets images should also be empty or a “*”. I would highly recommend using web standards which would eliminate both of thest types of elements altogether. Also, try not to stuff keywords into ALT attributes as search engines may give you less credibility or even blacklist you. Oh thanks for this valuable information i will try to follow this.please keep me in your touch. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator. Hi can you tell me that the alt tags that i put on the my website is okhttp://www.impactitsolutions.comthanks Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.