You're right in saying that only the Alt paragraph is no longer enough.
, Abdul you might want to check out Moz's guide. You’ll notice they look incredibly similar.
The intelligent route would be to expand this blog to include a couple of other Google search quality Engineers, along with an occasional post by Sergey or Larry. what does the alt tag represents that it can’t be used in a video tag? (header photo is the search result for "scene" in the Blind Photographers Flickr photo pool.). At a glance (and I could be wrong) this seems like a quick win we could roll out without too much difficulty. So referring to an “ALT tag” is a bit sloppy and incorrect. If so, I have alt attributes on them. There are still many people who prefer to read rather than watch a video. As you can imagine, images online can be problematic for visually impaired visitors to decipher, but luckily we’re using technology here so you and I can help solve that issue with the proper coding on and around images and non-text elements. But if I only use the title-tag (tool-tip) then the validation of my HTML page would be incorrect (according to the W3C it would say “missing alt-tag”), How will Google treat this (stuffing? The video accesibility is another of the main issues for a company. The