Hi. I’ve been searching for how to escape quotes and apostrophes in alt text for an image, and it seems you simply add an additional " for quote escape and ’ for apostrophe escape, however dev tools seems to indicate a problem. Here is my image tag and the alt text where the issue is occurring:
<img class="images" src="https://66.media.tumblr.com/a7496a1ed3574da6cb367ff6dd058a3a/tumblr_obebelc0hs1u2ragso5_500.gif" alt="Chad Ghostal, evil twin of Tad, turning to the camera and reacting to Elvira. Declaring, ""She''s saucy"" to the home viewers. Van Dyke beard in full view.">
Inspecting this in dev tools shows all remaining text and the closing html bracket for the
img marked in red after the text “Declaring,”. I have been back and forth looking for a reason why this is happening. I have also run this through the HTML validator and it indicates the browser is looking for a missing attribute and equal sign. The code editor seems to show no issue at all with the alt text after adding the additional quotes and apostrophes, but dev tools and the validator seem to disagree. My eyes are starting to glaze over in this search for an answer and I could use a pointer. Is there something else I should be looking at to correct this?