I spotted this HTML in e-mail Apple sent to some iTunes customers: Code: <img align="right" border="0" hspace="3" width="140" height="140" alt="Alt Tag Goes Here" src="http://a1.phobos.apple.com.edgesuite.net/r10/Features/d5/cc/e7/dj.ekrfmrme.jpg"> Perhaps the alt tag could have used a better value! The alt text was clearly a placeholder that never got filled in. Apple leaves it null (alt="") for images without meaningful content, such as spacers and graphic borders, but Apple is usually pretty good about filling in alt text for real images. But I guess anybody can miss one now and then. That made me think of checking Apple's home page to see if they used alt tags on all meaningful images. It turns out they do. So we'll give Apple an A- grade for the week.