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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MonsterMag, Feb 8, 2016.

  1. MonsterMag

    MonsterMag Power Member

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    I was asking myself if the title attribute in a link counts like an anchor for the target website when linking an image...

    Example:
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    <a href="domain.com" title="Anchor for Domain" ><img src="bla.jpg" ></a>
     
  2. Sheraf

    Sheraf Registered Member

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    Not sure, it's an extra information, like for special browser for blind people, that would read them the text as they can't see the image
     
  3. renzuken

    renzuken Junior Member

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    not at all, alt is the anchor tag for images,
    but having a titles on A link will help visitors to identify the picture
    it good for UX
     
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  4. deal with it

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    That happens when you add smiley as anchor text.