Here is a recent tip posted in my Newsletter. http://www.ThatOneNewsletter.com
This is a quick html and Search engine tip for you. This is for those of you that are optimizing your pages to work in Internet Explorer AND Firefox, which are the two top used browsers.
I am sure you have seen the mini pop up (or tool tip as some call it) that appears when you hover over an image on a web page. This is generally and alt tag that has been assigned to that image. In some browsers the text written in the alt will display in others it does not. To get that tool tip to appear you simply need to add a title tag. If you are using both the url for the image would look like this.
img width=”590″ height=”13″ alt=”your image description and keyword” title=”your image description and keyword” xsrc=”http://www.thatonewebguy.com/images/divider.gif”
I generally and a description to the image that incorporates the keyword so that you are not flagged for keyword stuffing. As with anything to much of a good thing can cause problems.
Let me know what challenges you are having at http://www.EasyOnlineTips.com and I will try to cover it in an upcoming issue. Remember the only bad question is the one that goes unasked!