<form name="myForm" action="https://www.PuStudy.Com/html-solution/resources/html-forms-action.html"> <input type="image" src="http://www.PuStudy.Com/images/australia-nz-map.gif" alt="Australia & NZ Map" name="myImageField"> </form>
The above example demonstrates usage of the
alt attribute when using the
When using an
<input> element with
type="image", the input control represents either an image from which a user can select a coordinate and submit the form, or alternatively a button from which the user can submit the form. The element is a button, specifically a submit button. In either case, the
alt attribute must be included.
If you provide the
src attribute, the
alt attribute's value will be used whenever the image can't be displayed (eg, if the user's browser has images disabled, they're using a speech reader, etc). If you don't provide the
src attribute, the button's label will be the value provided by the
Here's another example, but this time no
src attribute has been provided. Therefore the control will appear as a button, with the value of the
alt attribute appearing as its label.
<form name="myForm2" action="https://www.PuStudy.Com/resources/html-forms-action.html"> <input type="image" alt="Australia or New Zealand" name="myImageField2"> </form>