If web authors do not declare the alt attribute for image or do not provide/specify a meaningful, useful, helpful alt attribute text for images, then this affects blind people and can Reputation: 6360 Posts: 14,011 Joined: 02-June 10 Re: Is there a solution to alt text problem in Chrome? If there is a way to create new expected result image file for each platform, please let me know. Joe's patch seems to be in the spirit of http://hixie.ch/specs/alttext rather than current Firefox treatment of broken images, which does not display a broken image icon at all. > > Is this contact form
Hope that helps! It just display the additional text. ("Success") Webkit has already made the render tree calculating the text's width. That is what Ian Hickson recommends. In the latter case, how do you determine what size to use for the image? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5386570/how-to-display-alt-text-for-an-image-in-chrome
That's a test with Comment 81 Darin Adler 2016-03-09 09:13:50 PST *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 94198 *** Format For Printing -XML -Clone This Bug The web is a world of iconography, logography, ideography and pictography. Can we all agree that 99% of the time when images are disabled or broken the entire site looks a little wonky or off? I'm questioning the rationale for making an *additional change* to not display @title in the same way. > > 2.
Using title (an old IE 'standard') isn't particularly appropriate, since the title attribute is a mouseover effect. Also, src shouldn't be empty or omitted, in practice, it never is (and that's the only reason why your example worked). –Luka Ramishvili Jun 5 '14 at 5:07 add a comment| Odd results. Show Alt Text On Image Hover In the case of a bad internet connection (I have seen plenty of those while traveling), the alt text gives me the option of deactivating image loading and then just loading
View in context: https://bugs.webkit.org/attachment.cgi?id=196058&action=review > Source/WebCore/ChangeLog:9 > + Test: fast/dom/HTMLImageElement/image-alt-text.html If this test can be used to validate this fix, then why doesn’t this patch include changes to the test results? Maybe if you explain in more detail what your project is about, you will get more help/workarounds. The (in about:config) browser.display.force_inline_alttext http://kb.mozillazine.org/About:config_entries#Browser. http://productforums.google.com/d/topic/chrome/ZAsrDOXDqdo Moving this from S/FI to Help Desk as it seems this is more likely a problem at your end than a problem with the site proper.
Top Jorpho Posts: 5994 Joined: Wed Dec 12, 2007 5:31 am UTC Location: Canada Re: Alt text does not work on Chrome Quote Postby Jorpho » Tue May 14, 2013 4:24 Show Alt Text Instead Of Image Turning images off for low bandwidth browsing? Advanced Search Forum WEB DESIGN chat for Xara products Xara web design chat Google Chrome not showing alt text If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the Comment 42 Adam 2010-11-16 23:17:58 PST Well, the only non-webkit browsers that matter are Opera and FF, and they both show the alt text.
Safari and Firefox aren't affected. try this regards, Gérard Talbot Comment 59 Vlad Alexander 2011-12-18 12:09:11 PST > Yes, however, @title has long been used as a repair text substitute for @alt (see UAAG etc). Alt Text Chrome Extension If you add the title attribute to your image (e.g. Alt Text Viewer lazysizes owner aFarkas commented Oct 11, 2015 Thanks.
That would be quite confusing, and can only slow down moving such issues to resolution. http://da4design.com/alt-text/alt-tags-not-working-google-chrome.php Basically if a site is not designed for accessibility, then there is little we can do about it, but if it is then we should support the hints put in place. And, yes, HTML5 draft, not a PR, may allow absence of alt: when an alt text is provided, then what is HTML5 draft saying? Firefox, Chrome, and other browsers (except Internet Explorer) follow the W3C standards for HTML, which states that an image should have title attribute for balloon text. Image Alt Text Viewer
Regards C. Need to update on Qt and other platforms. ./editing/execCommand/insertImage.html Comment 52 Joe Wild 2011-06-21 11:39:57 PDT (In reply to comment #51) > (In reply to comment #49) This test failure is The most simple and probably best solution would be that the pop-up texts for the strips were entered in both the ALT and TITLE fields in the future to ensure their navigate here If it is the former, is it happening across all email clients?
Easy. - If images are disabled or broken for any reason, don't show the image (obviously), and in it's place show inline text that says "this is alt" that uses the Hide Alt Text It's to fix the fact that isn't not being displayed. Tricky parts for a more complete solution will be doing the correct thing when width/height dimensions are specified, and deciding what to do visually.
This is what alt text is designed to do." Ian "Hixie" Hickson regards, Gérard Comment 37 Alexey Proskuryakov 2010-11-16 11:16:21 PST > If providing an alt text was questionably beneficial for First of all, how about this? No border. How To View Alt Text In Safari Nothing I said is being "re-purposed".
Comment 64 Benjamin Hawkes-Lewis 2011-12-18 17:02:08 PST (In reply to comment #62) > > 1. Sort 2 comments by: Highest Voted Oldest First Most Recent a 1 KM Kevin Mandeville replied 2014-10-01 22:28:39: Edit | Delete Hey Chris, There are a couple of reasons that may Comment 54 Alexey Proskuryakov 2011-06-24 12:15:09 PDT This likely needs Hyatt review (he's on vacation right now, but given the age of this bug, it's hopefully not a big problem). http://da4design.com/alt-text/alt-text-not-working-in-chrome.php regards, Gérard Comment 41 Andre-John Mas 2010-11-16 21:01:56 PST My understanding is that if an image is not available, for one reason or another then the alt text should be displayed.
Need to update on other platforms. What I would suggest is implementing something, possibly which ever one is the easiest and then tweak it later on.