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HTML HTML Basics Images, Text and Links Images and File Paths Challenge

Denise Mejia
Denise Mejia
1,032 Points

adding a cation to image

Not sure what I am doing wrong here. In the past videos I thought we used the "title" element . not sure why it's saying to use a "figure"

<!DOCTYPE html> 
    <title>The Moon</title>
    <img src="img/moon.jpg"alt ="The Big Yellow Moon" title="This Picture was taken with an iphone.">


1 Answer



The title attribute should also not be used as supplemental captioning information to accompany an image's alt description. If an image needs a caption, use a combination of the figure and figcaption elements.