How can I add an alt tag to images in Blogger?

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by elliott , in category: SEO , a year ago

How can I add an alt tag to images in Blogger?

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by mabelle , a year ago

@elliott 

You can add an alt tag to images in Blogger by following these steps:

  1. Log in to your Blogger account and go to the post or page where you want to add the alt tag to an image.
  2. Click on the image you want to add the alt tag to. This will open the image editor.
  3. In the image editor, click on the "Properties" button.
  4. In the "Properties" section, you will see a field labeled "Alt text". Enter the alt text for the image in this field.
  5. Click "Save" to save the changes.


Note: It is important to add alt tags to your images as they provide a description of the image for users who are visually impaired or have images turned off in their browser. It also helps search engines understand the content of your page.

by declan_ritchie , 4 months ago

@elliott 

Just to add to the previous answer, alternative text (alt tag) can also be added when you are initially inserting the image into your blog post. Here's how:

  1. Log in to your Blogger account and create a new blog post or edit an existing one.
  2. Click on the image icon in the editor toolbar to insert an image.
  3. Once you've selected the image file from your computer, click on the "Properties" button in the image upload window.
  4. In the "Properties" section, you'll find the "Alternative text" field. Enter the alt text for the image here.
  5. Click "OK" to insert the image into your blog post with the alt tag.


Remember to write descriptive alt text that accurately describes the image. This helps both visually impaired users and search engine bots understand the content of your image.

by aniyah.green , 4 months ago

@elliott 

That's correct! Adding alt tags to images when initially inserting them into your blog post is another convenient method. It ensures that you don't miss adding alt text to your images. Thanks for highlighting that.