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Re: applying heading tag to non-text content
From jwj on 27 March '01
replying to Re: applying heading tag to non-text content posted by Inachu

The page is not up on the web yet.

You have me really thinking, Inachu. I'm walking a fine line here. The gif is merely a picture logo with the company name in fancy type. But in the alt text I have thrown in extra words that describe what type of business we are. It looks like this...

<table align="center" width="361">

<font size="0">
<font face="verdana,arial,helvetica,sans serif" size="2">
<center><a href=""><h1>
<img src="photrilogo.gif" alt="Photri/Microstock, Inc. Stock Photography, Photo Research" border="0" vspace="0" hspace="0"></h1></a></center>

It would probably look less like spamming if the gif pic actually had all those words in it too. The rest of the text reads like this...

"Photri/Microstock, Inc. is a full service stock photo agency. Our library covers all subjects, including our collections of Space/NASA, Military, and Washington DC images. Follow the link below and you can begin searching our online database of thousands of stock photographs. Enter the new millennium of stock photography with Photri/Microstock. License our images online using Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover, securely, via Verisign or shop the old fashioned way by calling 800-544-0385.

"Member: American Society of Media Photographers
Picture Agency Council of America"

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