This is a followup on a question I was asking here: Cropping images & SEO
Basically, if I have something like this:
<a href="<Full_Res_Image>"><img src="<Cropped_Image>"></a>
Cropped_Image is blocked by robots.txt,
- Will Google still crawl to
Full_Res_Imageand index that in its web search as well as Google Images?
- If it does crawl to the full res image, how do I then set
alttags on the full res image?
If these are not feasible, then do you have any pointers on how to show cropped images for user/page-load friendliness, while still having Google Images index the full res image and not the cropped image?
P.S. The reason I want to set alt tags in (2) is for SEO for the images.