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I just rebuilt my website using Website Builder. My old website was Site Builder plus. On the old site, my alt tabs would show when scrolling over the picture. With website builder they are not. What am I doing wrong?
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Hi Debbie:

The new "Website Builder" is totally different than the old "Sitebuilder Plus". Some of the old features are no longer available. There are new items to experiment with that are far more advanced and a more modern appearance over all. I have been with Homestead for many years and I find that the new "Sitebuilder" is a great system and I am sure you will soon feel the same.       

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I am going to call them on Monday because I cannot get my Alt tabs to show and that is a problem.  I loved Sitebuilder plus and a little less impressed with the new Website builder.  I have finished my site with the new website builder and have a few problems that I did not have before.  I have been with Homestead for about 14 years as well.
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Hello Debbie.

There is not a function currently with Website Builder to have Alt Tags. I understand you have called in regarding this issue, but just to give this information for anyone else who needs it. You can create a function similar to this, where the text shows when you hover over an image, by using either an image gallery that has that feature or by using element behaviors.
You can choose a gallery and find a design that shows the title and description when you put your mouse over the image.
The other way is to add the image, and add the text box with the text you want to show. Then click on the image, click More > Advanced > Settings > Add Behavior. Then choose Show > Other Element > Select the Text Box > Apply. Then choose your behavior options, like an effect to fade or slide in, and when that should happen. You would probably want to choose Trigger: Mouse Enter. Then, do the same thing, but choose the behavior "Hide" and choose the Trigger: Mouse Leave. You will then want to click on the text box and click More > Advanced > Size and Position and toggle off the option Starts Visible.
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Thanks for your help.  This is exactly what I had wanted to do and just couldn't figure it out on my own. 

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