Question: How can you insert an image in Markdown without alt text?


In Markdown, inserting an image without alt text is quite simple. The syntax for inserting an image is as follows:

![Alt Text](url)

If you don't want to provide any alt text, you just leave it blank like so:


In the above syntax, replace url with your actual image url.

Please note: While this does work and the image will be displayed, it's not recommended practice. Alt text plays a crucial role in accessibility as it describes what's on the image for individuals who can't view it due to visual impairments or issues with loading the image. It's best to always include meaningful alt text with your images.

Other Common Image Alt Questions (and Answers)

© ContentForest™ 2012 - 2024