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David Service12,928 Points
Replacing <img> tag with CSS image.
Would using this CSS technique for the inclusion of our logo really make for better accessibility and SEO outcomes?
Considering that any embedded <img> tag would have “alt” and “title” attributes (which we lose the use of with this technique), are the accessibility and SEO outcomes really that much better?
Not a critical question, but it has me a bit curious if anyone has the time to shed some light on it.
Thanks for the help,