Is Alt The Same As Alt=""?
alt attributes to all my images to improve SEO/screen reader performance.
Per best practice, images that are purely aesthetic should have an empty alt attribute
alt=""so screen readers skip over them. I'm in WordPress and noticed it does add
alt to these descriptionless aesthetic images, but not
alt get read the same as
alt="" by screen readers and search engine crawlers, or should I go in and programatically force an
Yes, it's the same: https://www.w3.org/TR/html5/syntax.html#attributes-0
Empty attribute syntax
Just the attribute name. The value is implicitly the empty string.
To me, that says that an attribute with no value is the same as having a value of empty string.
This answer says the same.
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