This is probably a very basic question but if you could please help me out here.
I know on my website there is a specific spot for the "alt tag" or alternative tag for when the photo cannot be displayed. For HubPages, is the "alt tag" our description or is there another location?
Also, if we have six different photos all leading to the same subject, how would you recommend handing the description tag for the key words?
The pictures are going to help visualize your 'topic'. Whatever your topic is about -let's say, hairbrush, then you can use keywords like self grooming, hair care, hair accessory, etc., etc. as for the alt tag thingy isn't that used for almost the same duty? not a expert here
I know my wordpress sites have a title, alt tag and description.
But here we only have the option of putting in the caption and source. So any keywords you want to insert, need to be placed there.
by Writer Fox2 years ago
The text inserted as a photo caption ends up being the Alt Tag, too. This is horrible. What it means is that viewers who cannot see the images (due to slow-load, device, or vision handicaps) end up reading...
by ologsinquito2 years ago
Over the last few days, I took Writer Fox's suggestion and began using Alt Tags on some of my photos. (I would have done this sooner, but I focused my efforts elsewhere when there were technical difficulties.) Very...
by Catherine Giordano2 years ago
I have seen comments that say picture should have a alt tag. How do I put an alt tag on a picture?
by Will Apse13 months ago
Picture captions, alt tags and image attribution are a mess on HP.Why not introduce a new capsule solely for captions and attribution, entirely separate from the picture and its alt tag?When a hubber uploads a picture,...
by TIC Publishing5 years ago
The tags you put in when creating an article... are those HTML META Tags? Google stopped paying attention to those in like 1999, and I don't think any important search engine uses them -at all-Is there any use in...
by Eric Dockett2 years ago
This is long, so here's the bottom line: Basically, my problem is I want to build a site around the same topics and keywords I've done well with here on HP, but I don't want to do anything that would damage the work...
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.