A good technique for improving your search engine results is to use alt tags on all your images.
Because search engines can only read text, adding alternative text to photos is first and foremost a principle of web accessibility.
Alt text (alternative text), is also known as
Alt tags are automatically added to each image on your FASO website.
Your alt tags on artwork images contain:
They are sort of invisible and will pop up as titles when you hover over an image in most browsers.
When viewing an image on your site in Firefox, you can right click, click Inspect Element to see the alt text.
When viewing an image on your site in Chrome, you can right click, click Inspect and see the alt text.
You can also control what the alt tags say by how you title an image.
There is a limit of 88 characters to the Title field, so you will need to be selective as to what you add to the title.
To Edit an Image Title:
The FASO software uses the name on the account for the alt tag text. Usually the name on the account IS the name of the artist.
If your website exhibits the work of multiple artists, we recommend that you add the artist's name to the image title.
White Rose - artist, Penny Smith
The alt tag will then read:
White Rose - artist, Penny Smith by Main Street Gallery
If you wish to edit the name on your account:
NOTE: The last name field controls your club or galleries location on our Artist Directory pages. You can leave the First Name field blank if you like.
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