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Add alternative text and tooltips to your images to improve SEO
Show: Learn Adobe Muse CC
Adding alternative text and a tooltip to images has several benefits. A tooltip is a usability aid, while alternative text will appear if the image cannot be displayed, and is an accessability tool for visually-impaired visitors to your site. Finally, adding this important information to your images is essential for good Search Engine Optimization. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
ROBOHELP 10: Images, Screen tips and ALT text
One way to optimize search (SEO) results for your published RoboHelp projects is to make the most of images. This brief 3 minute video shows you (a) how to name videos with purpose-driven titles, (b) use Screen Tip settings to have relevant caption text appear during mouse hovers over an image and also (c) enter ALT Text, which is seen be Google and other search engines that index your context. The steps in RoboHelp 10 are extremely easy to do. Watch the video and let Product Evangelist @maxwellhoffmann show you how: you can do it too!
Creating Accessible Documents More Efficiently with InDesign CS5.5
Show: MAX 2011 Design
Learn how you can use new features in Adobe InDesign CS5.5 to more efficiently create PDF documents that people with disabilities can use. See how the new Articles panel can help you ensure content flows in the expected order. Discover how you can more easily add, edit, and view alt text attributes that are associated with an image or object. Be confident knowing accessible tables and lists are automatically generated by InDesign CS5.5. Add the finishing touches with Adobe Acrobat X Pro, and never forget a step by using guided Actions that streamline the accessibility verification and checking process.
Preparing Accessible PDFs with Adobe InDesign CS5.5: Part II
Part II: Exporting and Finalizing Your PDF. Take a step-by-step look at the new features in InDesign CS5.5 and Acrobat X Pro that make preparing files for accessibility a much faster, easier, and more efficient process.
Preparing Accessible PDFs with Adobe InDesign CS5.5: Part I
Part I: New Accessibility Features in InDesign CS5.5. Take a step-by-step look at the new features in InDesign CS5.5 that make preparing files for accessibility a much faster, easier, and more efficient process.