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Thread: What is image optimization?

  1. Quote Originally Posted by javanx3d View Post
    Making your images/website more accessible can't hurt promotion (ie using the alt info, etc).
    Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0
    Yea,this is especially important to sites that have a lot of images but little content,like those wallpaper sites,they usually just have names,maybe some minimal intros and images are the rest,so some good alt text,could attract quite some traffic from google images

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    In my own experiences, image optimization would regard to alt attribute, contextual, page title and image filename keyword oriented optimization.

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    We can get high rank in search engines from help of image optimization.

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    Hi,
    google crowler do not recognize photo. so you have to say the crowler that this is this image. So you have to add <alt></alt>tag and proper name of the immage so that crowler can find it what it is.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by joy1986joy View Post
    Hi,
    google crowler do not recognize photo. so you have to say the crowler that this is this image. So you have to add <alt></alt>tag and proper name of the immage so that crowler can find it what it is.
    Thanks
    Hi, I am pretty sure you mean the alt attribute, which isn't a tag, there is no such tag called <alt>. and yes, it is essential for the crawler, because when blank or not placed, the image will most likely NOT be indexed in the Goolge Images archive.


    Example

    crawl-friendly:
    <img src="bill.jpg" alt="Bill Smith during concert" />

    crawl-hostile
    <img src="bill.jpg" alt="" /> (W3C Valid markup)
    <img src="bill.jpg" /> (W3C Invalid markup)

    According to W3C recommendations, each image MUST have an alt attribute even if it's blank (alt="").

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aziz View Post
    Hi, I am pretty sure you mean the alt attribute, which isn't a tag, there is no such tag called <alt>. and yes, it is essential for the crawler, because when blank or not placed, the image will most likely NOT be indexed in the Goolge Images archive.


    Example

    crawl-friendly:
    <img src="bill.jpg" alt="Bill Smith during concert" />

    crawl-hostile
    <img src="bill.jpg" alt="" /> (W3C Valid markup)
    <img src="bill.jpg" /> (W3C Invalid markup)

    According to W3C recommendations, each image MUST have an alt attribute even if it's blank (alt="").
    Sorry it was my mistake. It is attribute not tag. Thanks for the assistance.

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