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  1. I have a template that includes an image field that supports multiple images. The images uploaded to this field include a description field. If one of these images is embedded into a textarea field (i.e. Body), should the image description will be inserted into the image's alt attribute when embedding the image? I always assumed that it would, but there is a separate option to add an alt attribute when inserting the image. Is the purpose of the description field purely for use with the API and unnecessary for images that are intended to be embedded within a textarea field? I guess I need clarification as to how this works. Either something changed, or I never understood the differences between the image description and the alt attribute as it is used in ProcessWire. I'm currently using ProcessWire 3.0.15.
  2. Does anyone know if it's possible to configure the images field to require description text? A fallback would be to write an onsubmit handler in javascript for the admin - but if it's possible to enforce at the configuration level, that seems like a much cleaner solution. EDIT: the core image field is already in heavy use. If possible, I'd like to modify existing instances rather than create a custom field.
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