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What is it?
Search results have specific resources at the top - in addition to default full-text search results. For example, if someone searches for "alt text", they would get something like:
- Accessibility Principles: Text alternatives for non-text content
- Tutorial: Images
- Tips for Getting Started:
- Developing: Include alternative text for images
- Writing: Write meaningful text alternatives for images
- Designing: Include image and media alternatives in your design
- Easy Checks - A First Review of Web Accessibility: Image text alternatives ("alt text")
- How to Meet WCAG: success criteria tagged with images
All search results:
- Resources on Alternative Text for Images
- Resources on Alternative Text for Images W3C WAI Images Tutorial Practical guidance for creating useful alt attribute content for images, including ...
- An alt Decision Tree • Images • WAI Web Accessibility Tutorials
- This decision tree describes how to use the alt attribute of the ... or it's unclear what alt text to provide? This decision tree does not ... list wai-eo -editors ...
- WAI Easy Checks - W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
- The alt text will be displayed before the images as white letters on a red background. Figure: ... Carousel Animations - WAI Web Accessibility Tutorial;
- Accessibility - W3C
- If alt text isn't provided for images, the image information is inaccessible, for example, ... Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) at W3C
Include /WAI/ and relevant /TR/ pages as appropriate.