Seasoned website owners will have come across numerous
self-help articles about alt tags. Whether you’re a season pro or first-time
novice, adding alt tags to images on a Dmac Media CMS couldn’t be simpler.
Follow the steps outlined below and you will be adding Alt Tags in no time.
Note: The steps outlined in the following How to Guide
relate to a Version 3 Dmac Media Content Management System. If you are
currently using an older Dmac Media Platform and want to upgrade Speak to an
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To add an alt tag to an image, you will first need to
identify the page the image is on and choose the front end editor. Having done
this, you will can go ahead and choose to edit the text module that contains
Fig 1.0 – Select the “Pen” icon to edit the text module
containing the image you’d like to update.
Having done this, you can go ahead and highlight the image
in question and click on the image icon in the text editor.
Fig. 1.1 – Highlight the image in question and click on the
image editor tool.
Step 2 – Add Your Alt (Alternative) Text Tag
Having clicked on the image editor tool, you will be greeted
with a pop up box. Simply add the written content that you’d like to appear in
the alternative text field as shown below.
Fig. 1.2 – Enter your Alt Text in the Alternative Text field
Alt tags display in place of image should it not load
correctly or fully. Good alt tags accurately describe the image in question as
best as possible. Great alt tags include a keyword relating to the page in
question to help search engines when evaluating the page.