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Such needs are exactly the reason why W3C is going to make the IMG tag open in XHTML 2. What you have as src will be the image and the content inside will be the alt text. Scince it's an element content, this allows more styling options, greather alternatives, etc.There is no currently a way to make this in XHTML 1.0 or any HTML version.

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It is possible, this method works in firefox and opera but not in ie7 not sure about other browsers.You use styling to change the font

<img style="font-size: 18px; font-family: arial" alt="this is some text which will appear in the font arial size 18 if there is no image present!" src="logo.png" />

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  • 3 weeks later...
Ok listen to this one, i have looked for it but cant find the code to do it.... What i want to do is change the font in the alt="" attribute, any ideas on how i may do this?
You could try changing your basefont like this:<basefont size="4" color="name or hexcode" style="font">Insert after your body, pehaps this might work, I am not sure though.
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