Fudge you all that are not following standards. Animated plot required to leave behind trace Would the members of an online imageboard (or any community) be able to build a post-apocalytic society upon their reputation? Can you post the HTML here? –dcaswell Aug 23 '13 at 19:50 1 Use title attribute. What am I doing wrong? –Torben Gundtofte-Bruun May 16 '10 at 18:36 1 There may be an extension on all of these different Firefox installations that is causing this problem this contact form
PJ says: December 2, 2008 at 8:35 pm Of course the specs doesn't say that - its just the zealots at Firefox HQ who are more interested in their own egos as a government contracting company) that are federally funded (plus a lot of state agencies also follow the law in their own policies, down to the local level), they have to more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Mar 3, 2009,21:05 #10 winterheat View Profile View Forum Posts SitePoint Evangelist Join Date Aug 2007 Posts 508 Mentioned 0 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) found this and it may help http://www.456bereastreet.com/archiv...le_attributes/
Lawlz. It should give additional (and not alternative) information. Content available under a Creative Commons license. It sounds to me that the developers are rules junkies who have a pet peeve.
We learn by doing. Similarly, you may want to give a photo in a news article a lengthy ALT describing the location, time, and people involved - but place the copyright info in the TITLE Firefox has never done this for ALT tags, correctly obeying the spec. Show Alt Text Instead Of Image Want to bend yourselves to a meaning ful cause?
Sean Ottey says: March 1, 2005 at 3:02 pm I agree that the standard is ultimately there to protect the intent, but extensions are just that…. Proudly Powered by phpBB © phpBB Group © 1998-2015 mozillaZine All Rights Reserved Topics HTML CSS JS PHP Ruby Mobile UX Design Store Forums Subscribe Home Forum What's New? So someone created an extention for Firefox to "fix" this problem. ta sheun-d4tech says: May 5, 2005 at 5:34 am pesonally, am a littlle bit happy about firefox but its got lots of plugin probs which does not help the issue of
And i am not talking about the regular little developer, but the guys writing IE and etc…shame on you. Alt Text Chrome Extension Those are two obvious scenarios that jump out to me. These sites put significant investment into design at a time when popular browsers were using the ALT tag for tootips - and there was no alternative! I'm all for standards but I'm going to install a extension - rather than wait for all the sites I visit to invest a ton of man hours into updating their
This disagreement is irrelevant to my question: How can I make my Firefox show the ALT tooltip when I hover the mouse over an image? http://guidefaq.com/a.php?qid=26415 Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation (X)HTML Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Community Center News & Announcements Alt Text Not Showing In Chrome A better value for alt would be "Edit" or "Edit this document". "Similarly, you may want to give a photo in a news article a lengthy ALT describing the location, time, Show Alt Text On Hover We learn by reverse engineering.
How difficult can it be? weblink It's nice to just mouse over everything in a browser to check. http://www.CodeFundamentals.com Mar 5, 2009,06:43 #21 Stomme poes View Profile View Forum Posts SitePoint Wizard Join Date Aug 2007 Location Netherlands Posts 10,287 Mentioned 51 Post(s) Tagged 2 Thread(s) If the image Another way to show convergence of well known series Isn't AES-NI useless because now the key length need to be longer? Show Alt Text On Image Hover
You can find out more information about the move and how to open a new account (if necessary) here. For a bad example ( as of april 2005 ), go to my page :-) The workarounds for non compliant browsers is still a nightmare, although diminshing and hats off for Just my $.02. navigate here ps.
At least 44px in my tests. –w3dk Sep 2 '13 at 11:00 9 You shouldn't use the alt tag to say "image not found" because it is used by screen Alt Text Not Showing Wordpress They have the biggest market share. Now, do you want to see a flame war between browser so-called ‘purists' and other er, shall we call them ‘progressives'?
Code ladder, Robbers Find the "unwrapped size" of a list Possible repercussions from assault between coworkers outside the office How to respond when someone praises about my Japanese? There is a freaking standard for everything in this world but web. Sure, there'd be text there... Html Alt Text Hover If the spec writers and "specs" really cared about users who have problems reading their pages one of the best places to start is with bigger fonts.
This would be evil if it caused good code to render badly, but it doesn't (that's down to other IE bugs, instead). Hence the empty strings. (Browsers that can't see images, or browsers reading content aloud, simply skip empty ALT strings. Waste my time, not being lazy, just one more thing to keep an eye on. his comment is here Chris.
example page <-- a shell basis for my colleague to pump into his template, not the live site. The alt text is used if the image can't be displayed and the title text is used to display a tooltip on hover.
Both have different purposes. However, IE has always done it for the ALT tag too, which actually seems reasonable to me. Ask a Question: Ask Us Q My Alt tag does not show up in Firefox.
So it's a list (I should have actually made it a list but too late, it's just a bunch of anchors) of photos. Then you need to use the TITLE attribute. Files (both user.js and xpi versions) are here http://andrey.lebedenko.googlepages.com/home If there it "title" in tag, script will show it, if not, it will look for "alt". or if it can't be seen by a normal human eye?
So you would want to keep the alt attribute. How do you simplify a log with an exponent in the base? "president-elect" grammatically correct? So I have to turn on the "Magnifier" just to read it. Off Topic: Can anyone shed light?
You need to use both. That's peanuts compared to electrons spilled over enhancement requests to add alt tooltips to Mozilla: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=NoTooltip Tyler says: June 27, 2005 at 12:56 pm Its interesting to note that WYSIWYG editors