This article describes how to install the Auto Image Alt Attribute plugin on a WordPress site. This plugin allows you to add missing "alt" attribute values to an image property automatically to improve website accessibility and readability.
Alternate text, or the “alt” attribute, is a snippet of text describing your image. In the event your image is not displayed, the text specified in the “alt” attribute appears to tell users something about the image. Also, the “alt” attribute appears when the mouse pointer hovers over an image, which improves accessibility.
The Auto Image Alt Attribute plugin automatically populates the “alt” attribute when it is missing or empty with the image name for all your images.
To install the Auto Image Alt Attribute plugin, follow these steps:
The plugin appears on the left sidebar menu under Settings:
To enable the plugin, click Auto Image Alt on the left sidebar menu, and then enable the plugin:
To test the plugin, create a page with an image. Leave the “alt” attribute for the image empty. Preview or publish the page, and then inspect the page source to view the populated alternate text for the image:
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