It's easy! When you add an #image (any image) to a toot, click the bottom of the image and add text saying what's in it. Some #Mastodon clients also support this, though how they do it is up to the client—in my experience, tapping the image will usually give you the opportunity to caption it.
You can also describe the image in the toot itself, if that works for that toot! #MastoHelp
Federated is world chat and Local is your guild, got it
Friends at large who require vision assistance, is describing an image within a toot an acceptable substitute for image descriptions/alt-text?
I really want to use Tootdon as my main Mastodon app again, but it inexplicably /still/ doesn't have the ability to add alt-text to images
Ok, I was going to write a how-to guide to Mastodon, but someone already did exactly what I was going to write, with better pictures then I was going to use:
At least one person offered to send me a few bucks if I took the time to write it, so um, yeah, send Kev the money instead.
We went to the #DenverPetExpo and they had this really cool lure course for your #dogs to play with, and HOO BOY Peekaboo went NUTS for this thing. And she's SO FAST! Every dog in the vicinity was barking and trying to get in there to chase the thing lol
Enjoy a video of her catching the lure!
(For the curious, the lure course is by #SwiftPaws, and their pre-ordering a home system for like $250, delivering in December)
Wow! the left, a painting of Albert Square Manchester by the French painter Pierre Adolphe Valette, and on the right a photo of the same spot in 2018
I'm probably gonna go with a Crucial MX500 SSD. I have to wait a little bit before I'm able to spend the money, but I'm gonna spring the cost for a 500GB drive because my laptop only has one slot for hard drives... In a perfect world, I'd do my OS on SSD and the rest on a hybrid drive, but alas, my options are limited.