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Google image search only indexes images that use <img> tags with a src of the image URL or <a> tags with a href of the image URL. Images that are shown in the pages as background images won't get indexed. Google says this in their images SEO best practices documentation: Use semantic markup for images Google parses the HTML of your pages to ...


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Firstly, make sure you even need an <a> tag. If the link doesn't navigate to another page then you should be using a <button> tag. Yes, you can use the aria-label as you have described and you can also use the normal <a href="#" **title=""**> title tag instead, as all screen readers use that in the absence of an aria-label tag. However, ...


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