A Question about alt is in the end

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Challenge: Add Images to Your Website

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my Question is what is the alt or an empty alt?

Hey, alt is an attribute which we can add to improve accessibility. For example a screenreader will read text you place in the alt attribute to describe the image to someone with a visual impairment. The text is also shown in the event that an image fails to load for the user.

I beleive your mention of an “empty alt” is referring to the last test of the challenge. This test is simply asking you to not declare an alt attribute with no descriptive text in it.

Hope this helps.


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