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aburaihan0525
Apr 03, 2022
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Who use a screen reader. Screenshot showing problems in sharing text in images If you really have to, though I don’t recommend it, make sure the text comes up again in the content or caption, somewhere near the image (like in the screenshot above). style the headline in the image. CSS has become very powerful in the recent years; so much that you can even code games in CSS! Hence, you can solve most styling issues with CSS. For example, sometimes you want to do something visual with content, like giving a headline a cool style. The easy way to do that is to just create a graphic for the headline but the right way is to do it with CSS. Screenshot showing HTML code for a page TIP #15: DON’T FORGET GIFS! We spoke about GIFs Telemarketing list in the context of good image file formats, but they’re often forgotten as a workaround when you can’t find a good image because they help illustrate a point. Images for analogies are a great way to make your audience remember concepts. The same applies to GIF: use animations to stress a point, like this: Screenshot showing a GIF on an article Don’t overdo it; at a certain point it’s annoying, but using a couple of GIFs in an article can loosen it up. GIFs have become a means of communication, similar to emojis, and are legit to use. Of course, there are cases in which they appear foolish, like when writing about serious topics. TIP #16: A/B TEST IMAGES IN ADS AND USE THE LESSONS FOR SEO Finding the right image isn’t easy. Especially in
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