And enlighten me, please... (I understand you're only reporting what the guy said, I'm asking about what his stance is..) What's the correct use of the "ALT" tag? I have always thought that it stands for "alternative", as in "here's an alternative way of displaying the same info" which is not the same as the title. I can easily put "Girl with flowers by Van Gogh" as the title of an image, and "Main Company Logo" as the alternative information. Nicole ----- Original Message ----- From: "Trussell David N" <David.N.Trussell at irs.gov> > 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.