As a web developer you already know that certain HTML tags should contain alt and title attributes. Not only do they add visiual cues and improve accessibility, they also help your Web pages adhere to standards published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Despite their importance, have you created Web pages that contain HTML tags without an alt attribute or more likely a title attribute? The problem of missing title attributes has become conspicuous with the release of Internet Explorer and the increased popularity of Firefox.
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