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* Trick765 Optimize Your Use of Images

The "alt" attribute provides alternative information for an image if a user for some reason cannot view it (because of slow connection, an error in the src attribute, the user uses a screen reader, or if set off image in the browser setting).

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Optimizing your image filenames and "alt" text makes it easier for image search projects like Google Image Search to better understand your images.

imgTip for Images

*.Use brief, but descriptive filenames and alt text- Like many of the other parts of the page targeted for optimization, filenames and alt text (for ASCII languages) are best when they're short, but descriptive.

*.using generic filenames like "image1.jpg", "pic.gif", "1.jpg" when possible

*.writing extremely lengthy filenames

*.stuffing keywords into alt text or copying and pasting entire sentences

*.Supply alt text when using images as links- If you do decide to use an image as a link, filling out its alt text helps Google understand more about the page you're linking to. Imagine that you're writing anchor text for a text link.

*.writing excessively long alt text that would be considered spammy

*.using only image links for your site's navigation

*.Store images in a directory of their own- Instead of having image files spread out in numerous directories and subdirectories across your domain, consider consolidating your images into a single directory (e.g. This simplifies the path to your images.

*.Use commonly supported filetypes- Most browsers support JPEG, GIF, PNG, and BMP image formats. It's also a good idea to have the extension of your filename match with the filetype.
2014-03-13 06:13 (edited 2014-03-13 06:44 by Trick765 ) · Reply · (0)

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