A document with a client-side image map; the image represents a traffic light. The img element has an alt attribute that duplicates the src attribute with the URI to the image instead of an appriopriate text alternative. Alt attribute for image in image map: <html:acronym>URL</html:acronym> instead of text alternative Christophe.Strobbe@esat.kuleuven.be en Copyright BenToWeb 2004-2007 2005-08-26 accepted QA How to specify alternate text How to create client-side image maps Client-side image maps: the map and area elements

This test case is intended to fail because the alt attribute of the img element contains a URL, so the text alternative does not serve the same purpose, nor does it present the same information as the image.

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The image has no proper text description associated with it (the URL of the image file).

The img element has a alt attribute containing (the URL of the image file).

(In Mozilla 1.7.3, SeaMonkey 1.1, Firefox 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0, the map does not work if the map element has only an id and no name attribute.)

This test case maps to failure F30: Failure of SC 1.1.1 due to using text alternatives that are not alternatives (e.g. filenames or placeholder text).

The image has no proper text description associated with it (the URL of the image file).

The img element has a alt attribute containing (the URL of the image file).

(In Mozilla 1.7.3 and Firefox 1.0, the map does not work if the map element has only an id and no name attribute.)

This test case maps to failure F30: Failure of SC 1.1.1 due to using text alternatives that are not alternatives (e.g. filenames or placeholder text) (http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/WD-WCAG20-TECHS-20060427/Overview.html#F30).

Online version: sc1.1.1_l1_010.

The image has no proper text description associated with it (the URL of the image file).

The img element has a alt attribute containing (the URL of the image file).

(In Mozilla 1.7.3 and Firefox 1.0, the map does not work if the map element has only an id and no name attribute.)