Can the alt attribute to write camelcase?

How search robots react to camel notation?
Is there a difference between
<img src="#" alt="card-img"/>
and
<img src="#" alt="imgCard"/>
and
<img src="#" alt="img_card"/>
March 23rd 20 at 18:50
1 answer
March 23rd 20 at 18:52
Solution
No you can not. From the technical point of view possible, but it won't be "Useful".
The alt attribute is used only to specify alternative text to the images/forms, in prose.

Google is expecting the text in CamelCase will be in the tag <code></code>

Simply put, you need a descriptive text to the image if it is not available for robots and screen readers.
Not every screen readers can properly read a text that you want to put inside.

The attribute alt="" the image must be necessary, but not necessarily in it something to fill.
If you don't know what to write in the attribute, Google recommends to create one, and leave empty.
My advice to you, better not touch it at all. Just leave it not filled in, for your own good.
https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/acc...

Is there a difference between the img card, imgCard, img_card

There is no difference, they are all three bad. Correct answer: An image of a card or Picture card
Thanks, you completely answered my question. Now everything is clear. - asa commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:55
@asa, considering all the mediocre work with this attribute at the time from the SEOs, you answered correctly, add the attribute and leave it empty, otherwise semanales to describe each picture - ignatius.Powlowski commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:58
@ignatius.Powlowski, thanks, probably will do so - asa commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:01
@asa, it will do so if you don't know what to write. But, most importantly, write what you suggested in the question text. - Camryn_Schowalter95 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:04
The card image

Sooooo bad advice and incorrect understanding of the attribute - ignatius.Powlowski commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:07
@ignatius.Powlowski, why is it so wrong? What then is the correct value? - asa commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:10
Correct option: An image of a card or Picture card


Not a "card image", and "the vacuum cleaner so-and-so" or "icon|logo Vkontakte".
Usually in kindergarten are taught to describe what the picture. Here likewise. - imelda.Doyle commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:13
@asa, "spring sky", "Teflon frying pan with yellow handle" what you see is what you write. - ignatius.Powlowski commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:16
@imelda.Doyle, Another question, can the same value be? Well...I don't know, for example, a few posts and they have a picture, whether it is possible for all these images to prescribe the same alt, such as "picture post"?
Or must be some difference, such as "picture post 1", "picture post 2" and the same values for different images unacceptable? - asa commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:19
@imelda.Doyle,
Not a "card image", and "the vacuum cleaner so-and-so"

Just an example of how in a descriptive way to tell what the picture.

Nobody knows what he has in the picture, if I started to tell him about the "vacuum cleaner" he would think that I'm full of crazy.

That you say is written in the link which is given in the response.

If viewed from the plane that is the product card with a picture of a vacuum cleaner, then I would be in a descriptive form would write and wrong and wrong and what is the product Card with a picture of a vacuum cleaner such that and packing it. To a blind person understand what is in front of him. You give advice oriented on the bot come from Google Images

But, this is purely my personal opinion, and this confrontation of authority Google eststvenno for you will be greater in the end than A11Y. Google has more influential power. And for Google, I think the optimization of their search bot images are more important than abstract visualization interface for people with disabilities.

My answer does not claim a scientific thesis, just recommend him as a developer, leave this tag empty, but not necessarily to prescribe it.

If you read Wikipedia, that is my version of just the same will be more preferable: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alt_attribute

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When you pay attention, you may find the word interact, which means literally "interaction".

Also, please note that the attribute alt="" is not used in the same picture, and input and area etc.

Google pulls the blanket to his side, UI designers, and UX in his. The second in this case will win.

Google will give in and agree with this preference, but only when artificial intelligence is sufficiently better learn to understand what the picture is, cat what breed, or a vacuum cleaner some models, based on the description on the page where the link is located including - Joanne96 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:22
@asa, "picture post" does not describe what is drawn on the picture. From this Alta ain't getting any clearer. And since the pictures for the posts you have probably different, and the description will be different. Well, except that all articles about blue cars and violas to them will also be "the blue car" "blue car", and then you can vary the "blue car in the rain."
Imagine that next to you sits a blind man and have him tell you what it is. But not the poem, and briefly. - imelda.Doyle commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:25
@imelda.Doyle, it is necessary to specify not only the model of the product, or breed cats, and that generally the man is on the screen. Google task is to learn from all benefit, and our job as developers is not to go on about him, and to help people who are unable to take full advantage of the Internet as we do, they also have a very big advantage, and you can't count ' em out because they lost sight, in favor of the desire to "cut" more money on new models of vacuum cleaner.

In the attribute alt="" the image is not necessary to write the img, it is necessary to write Image of

Imagine that next to you sits a blind man and have him tell you what it is.

Very good quote, it reflects the essence of creation alt=""

Black and grey SEOs, marketers, content managers, and developers of commercial search engines, has made of this attribute, all you want, but not what he needed.

I think it's time to start your project search engine with open source software, which like Wikipedia is financed by donations and not by the benefit received from advertising. - Joanne96 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:28
@Joanne96support - imelda.Doyle commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:31

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