Pinterest: How to put automatic description in for your pictures on blog.
I'm wondering how to add an 'already there' description to my photos on my blogs (not hubpages) so that the user doesn't have to write a description for themselves.
I know the pictures on HubPages seems to use the caption provided for Pinterest; however, that doesn't happen when I put a caption under my blog pictures.
Any experts in Pinterest that can answer this question?
Edit: It's been 16 hours since I asked this question so I'm assuming there are no Pinterest experts on HubPages...
I'm not 100% but I believe that the "alt" description on your html tags will fill in for the description on Pinterest.
In other words, you'd want to type in . Try that out one way or another and see if it works. I'm pretty sure that it will though!
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