ALT Text for all images
With the PublishPress Checklists plugin, you can require that all the images have ALT text in your WordPress content. If an image is missing the ALT text, you can choose to show a warning, or prevent the post from being published.
ALT text (short for “alternative text”) is useful because it describes images to visitors who are unable to see them. Visually impaired users often use screen readers that can read ALT text to better understand an on-page image.
Video guide to the ALT Text task
How to use the “ALT text for all images” task
- Go to Checklists > Settings. The image below shows the ALT text option.
- You can choose from “Disabled, Recommended, or Required” options.
- You can choose “Who can ignore this task?“
- You can enter choices for “Min” and “Max”.
If you enable the ALT text option, it will be visible when you edit content. If your images are missing ALT text, this task will be marked in red in the sidebar:
If all your images have ALT text, this task will be marked in green in the sidebar: