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HTML How to Make a Website Creating HTML Content Add Social Media Links

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Why it keep telling me to "Be sure you alt twitter link"?

1 Answer

Dillon Patel
Dillon Patel
4,025 Points

When using the img tag, you should get into the convention of having both href and alt attributes. This should be the format of your link elements: <img href="link" alt="">

The alt attribute is meant for a meaningful description of the image for vision-impaired users, and also, if the image is simply not showing up. Even if you do not want to include a description, include a blank alt attribute: alt="".

Let me know if this helped!

I did it like but it was just a bug I had with the code. I had to erase everything start over again. Thanks so much Dillon.