It provides a text alternative to images so visitors who use screen readers have access to the content of the image.
It is indexed by search engines, which can help in the Web page’s ranking.
It is used when creating an image map to describe hotspots
All of these are true.
Click the Images button on the Common Insert panel.
Drag an image from the Files panel.
Click the Insert button in the Assets panel.
All of these methods can be used.
Everything but the selected image appears grayed out.
A blue rectangle surrounds the selected image.
Handles appear on the selected image.
Marching ants surround the selected image.
All of these
The image is inserted into the page at the insertion point.
The image properties are displayed in the Properties panel.
It prompts Dreamweaver to open the file in an image-editing application.
None of these
Resize the image in Dreamweaver; when you make an image smaller it reduces the file size as well.
Resize the image in Dreamweaver, then resample the image; resampling discards pixels and reduces the weight of the image.
Resize the image in an outside image-editing program; you can’t resize images in Dreamweaver.
Use CSS to change the size of the image.
You can preview the multimedia file using the Dreamweaver Live view.
You must export the page to be able to preview the multimedia content.
You must preview the page in a browser to be able to preview the multimedia content
You can only preview the multimedia file before it is placed into a Dreamweaver page.