Find all images without ALT

The installed graphic content elements on the website should be of benefit to your resource. If you post images without ALT, then this is a disregard for one of the optimization methods. The ALT attribute is an alternative text used by the browser in case of circumstances in which it cannot load an image and display it on the screen. It is possible that the picture has been deleted and it is no longer on the server, or the visitor to the resource for one reason or another has disabled the display of images in the browser and then the ALT attribute will demonstrate itself. Also, search engine robots pay attention to this attribute and form search results of images thanks to it. Therefore, images without ALT on the website cannot be allowed. There is a misconception, many masters consider the ALT & TITLE attributes to be the same, but they have great differences. A couple of facts: TITLE is for the visitor, and ALT is for robots. If you can enter a full description of the picture, 5-10 words in length in TITLE, then only a couple of words will fit in ALT, which will represent a note. Example: ALT - "Porcelain teapot", and TITLE - "You are viewing an image of a teapot made of porcelain." Using page titles as attribute data can lead to over-optimization and filtering. To see the TITLE, the visitor must take active actions and put the cursor on the image, and ALT will appear only in the absence of a graphic element. Images without ALT can lose their natural optimization benefits and become more vulnerable when the image is not displayed. Experienced professionals pay special attention to this nuance and never neglect the ALT attribute for images. Finding forgotten images for which ALT has not been installed is as easy as everything else on Sonar.Network. In the "my projects" section, go to the website you need and open the "Images without ALT" in the left menu. You will be presented with a page with a list of pages where images lack ALT.
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