How to Easily Add Title Attribute to Images in WordPress
Recently we showed you the difference between alt text vs image title and how to use them for images on your WordPress blog. One of our users asked us for an easier way to add title attribute to images in WordPress. The default media uploader does not have an option to add title attribute. In this article, we will show you how to easily add title attribute to images in WordPress.
How to Add Title Attribute in WordPress Navigation Menus
This did not work at all for me. In the example screen shots you say to scroll down and click any menu item and expand it. The screen shot clearly shows URL, Navigation Lable, Title Attribute. But when I expand the menu item I want to edit, there IS NO URL associated with it. I am trying to make this one category read in ascending order (oldest to newest.)
How to Add Title Tags for Images in WordPress
The main reason to add a title to an image is to give images on your website a name. If the image can only be found on your website, then the name may help create some brand recognition. For example, if you have a portfolio website for your art, and you had an image called Mountain, visitors may start remembering your work by name. Adding a name makes it easy for people to discuss work in the comments section or other places on the Internet. Having your work discussed in other places is almost always a good thing because most people will want to see the original if they see other people talking about it or making references to it.