for Non-informative Design Element. Pronounced, NI-dee. Used by some webmaster
s as a place-keeper Alt attribute
to satisfy persnickety, Accessibility
-obsessed busybodies who think that every blasted image tag
has to have an Alt
2. nide, (rhymes with hide): A nest or brood of pheasants.
1. A single-pixel
, transparent GIF
, used as a spacer
, wasn't meant to convey information, but the Accessibility purists insist that it must have an Alt attribute, so we type, NiDE, as the attribute.
2. Are you a hunter or not? Go ahead and blast that nide!