importance of adding alt and title descriptions to your IMG tags, I found a that will automatically add them to your images. This is for the lazy people who always forget to add these texts to their images. Although this is a good habit to keep to add in the ALT and TITLE elements to your image tags yourself. Maximizing the of your images will improve your traffic from search results and make your images W3C/xHTML valid as well.– In followup to my previous post about the
This is a freethat I found called ‘ Friendly Images’. This plugin can be found in the Extend Directory and is very easy to use and setup.
See below on how to install and setup thefriendly Images Plugin:
- Search and Install ‘SEO Friendly Images‘ plugin
- Activate Plugin
- Setup SEO friendly Images Plugin
1. Search and Install ‘SEO Friendly Images’plugin
- Login to your WordPress Administrator Panel
- Click on ‘Plugins’, ‘Add New’
- In the Term, search for:
- Term = SEO Friendly Images
- Click on ‘Search Plugins’
- Click on ‘Install Now’
2. Activate Plugin
Once the SEO friendly WordPress plugin has been successfully installed, you can activate the plugin in your plugin list.
- Click on ‘Plugins’, ‘Installed Plugins’
- Click on the ‘All’ tab, Search for: SEO Friendly
- Click on the ‘Search Installed Plugins’ button
- Under the plugin name ‘SEO Friendly Images’, click on ‘Activate‘
3. Setup SEO friendly Images Plugin
Now that the SEO Friendly Images plugin is installed and activated, you can configure what you want to store in your ALT and TITLE image descriptions. To see your SEO Friendly Image settings, go to:
- Click on ‘Settings’, ‘SEO Friendly Images’
- Under Image Options, you can set:
- ALT attribute (example: %name %title) = %name %title
- TITLE attribute (example: %name photo) = %title
- Click on ‘Update Options’
Now SEO Friendly Images will automatically adds alt and title attributes to all your images in all your posts specified by parameters in the plugin settings.
Hope this helps!