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how can I add the alt 1 point to this code behind c#  
"<img src=\"/images/check.gif\"  />";
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"<img src=\"/images/check.gif\" alt=\"1 point\"  />";
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Thank you so much for reply,  how about displaying no points ? how to display that?
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"<img src=\"/images/check.gif\" alt=\"no points\"  />";
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thank you!!
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