Hi Kate, It should be
It should be possible.
I'm not sure why you want to, but have you thought of SVG instead?
Hi Tony Many thanks for the
Many thanks for the quick response from way over the other side of the globe! I would like the text to be searchable by Google rather than repeating his company name at the top of the site.
Hope this makes sense
As I understand, the alt attribute's content is read as text content by the search engines. Thus,
<img src="logo.png" alt="Gregory Moore Property">
By the way, a gif is usually smaller than a png for line art.
Thanks for the tip
Thanks for the heads up on the gif and png thing. I am hoping to use a h2 or h3 tag for the company name which would be stronger in SEO terms than using it as an alt tag.
Something like: <h2> <img
<h2> <img src="logo.png" alt="Gregory Moore Property"> </h2>