Inserting accessible images


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Inserting accessible images

I've copied the chapter 18 accessibility folder to my desktop, which contains all of the files I will be using for this chapter. So let's go ahead and define that as a site. In {italic}Dreamweaver{plain} we'll choose New Site. Call this teacloud 18. And we'll select that folder. And in here I'm just going to open up accessibility.html. And this is just a blank document that we will be using to insert objects onto so we can see how we can add accessibility. And let's start off by taking a look at how to make sure that images are accessible when we insert them into our pages. Now because I have images checked under my Accessibility preferences, it doesn't matter how I insert my images, if I come in here and find teacloud-azul and drag that onto my page, notice I instantly get this Image Tag Accessibility Attributes dialog box.

And this is where I can add Alternate text which again, as I've mentioned before, is just a brief description of what this image is. Basi...

Inserting accessible images
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Inserting accessible images provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Essential Training

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