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<h3><img src="pics/fancy_bullet.gif" alt="*">Introduction</h3>
A graphical browser displays the bullet image; in a nongraphical
browser, the alt asterisk takes the place of the missing bullet. Similarly,
use alt text to replace special image bullets for list items. For example,
the following code:
<li> Kumquat recipes <img src="pics/new.gif" alt="(New!)">
<li> Annual harvest dates
displays the new.gif image with graphical browsers and the text
"(New!)" with text-only browsers. The alt attribute uses even more
complex text (see Figure 5-10 ):
Figure 5-10. Text-only browsers such as Lynx display an
image's alt attribute text
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