This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. -- [ Picked text/plain from multipart/alternative ] >> I've found that if I view a page in Netscape 6.2 with images >> off, not only >> do the images not appear, but neither do alt tags. This means >> where images >> are used for navigation there's no clue to where links might be. Does >> anybody know a way around this for designers? >> --- >> > Have you tried using the title attribute aswell as alt? I > have a feeling NS6 > prefers that. > > Olly. > I wish I could remember where I read a dialogue with one of the main designers of Mozilla. He stated that he was no longer going to perpetuate the mis-use of the "ALT" tag. According to him (and the W3C) the "TITLE" tag is actually the correct one to use. I can't back this up but I *do* remember reading his response to questions about the "ALT" tag. He maintains that just because everybody has been (mis)using the "ALT" tag for years doesn't make it right.