For example does your date picker on the booking form support screen readers? Otherwise people with visual impairments may not be able to book through your website meaning it is inaccessible. It's worth noting that any captchas on the form may also require audio alternatives. Alternative Tabs understand an image using tabs is by telling it what it is. Screen readers can read labels aloud so people with visual impairments can still understand what the image is about. Labels need to be descriptive.
Since tags are ranking factors it might be tempting to stuff them with keywords. However this makes the image unintelligible to people using screen readers which is certainly not best practice and we UK WhatsApp Number List recommend avoiding keywords in tags. When writing tags, consider whether it Help users understand the image and its context. For example if the label reads a cartoon blue bird you won't understand that I'm showing an image of the logo.
The logo of the cartoon blue bird label will be more effective and useful. Please remember that tags can only contain at most characters. Try to be concise and descriptive. Not sure if your images have tags Use a web tool or browser extension to extract the tags from the page. Then you can see which ones are missing. You can check the image's code if you know how to read it.