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    Hi,,

    I’m using Lectora Inspire v17.1.1. I built an assessment results page using the Results Designer and I have correct and incorrect images. These images are causing an issue with JAWS reader because there are no alt tags. I’ve not found  away to add alt tags to images added using the Results Designer. Anyone find a way to add alt tags?

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    If you post a sample I will take a look see.

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    I can’t post the file because it’s proprietary, but I’ve uploaded a screen shot of where the designer.

     

    Thanks!!

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    First make sure you have “Create ALT tags for images and buttons” selected in the options when you go to publish.

    If that doesn’t do it or you need to change whatever Inspire creates you can do so fairly easily using jQuery (.attr or .prop). If you need instructions for this I will write them up but check the above first.

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    When you scorm the file > HTML Options tab > you can check the box that reads – Create ALT tags for images and buttons.

    This might solve your issue.

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    Thanks everyone! I was importing .png files into the Results Designer. What I needed to do was use .jpgs and set the alt tags in the image before I imported them.

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    Now, why didn’t I think of that? 😉

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