altattribute is the alternate text to serve as the content of element when the element isn't rendered normally.
<img>is the most popular tag using the
When an image can't be loaded, the browser will display the
alttext in its place so the user can get an idea of why the image was included.
titleattribute is the tooltip text seen when hovering over the element.
Always use the
alt attribute for
Google and other search engines can't read the image but they can see the
alt text. Setting the
alt attribute is a good practice for SEO (search engine optimization).
You usually won't set the
title attribute for
<img> unless it really provides more information about the image. But it could be argued that if you have to explain your image with title text, maybe there's a better image to use.
Here's two options for making sure you always include the
alt attribute on the