Image attributes for visually impaired

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I understand the tutorial mostly but I am just curious about applying the description of the image to visually impaired users. HTML & CSS Part 1. Section 9/15

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So, when you have to use the ‘alt’ attribute do you remove the link to the image or are both attributes still used in the code? Are you supposed to apply the code so that it has a photo AND so that a visually impaired reading program can read it? How do you do this?

Error message reads "Special characters must be escaped: [/>]

Also the image has gone and now it has the icon of a broken link in its place text that reads “A brown bear sitting”

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<img src="#" alt=“A Brown bear sitting"https://s3.amazonaws.com/codecademy-content/courses/web-101/web101-image_brownbear.jpg”/>

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This part of your code should be in the src quotation marks,src="link here' :slight_smile:

Thanks for your reply. I am new to code academy. How do I reply so that the code is visible rather than it converting the code in my reply to you?

Read this post,

https://discuss.codecademy.com/t/how-do-i-format-code-in-my-posts/51139?u=bandit

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