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At WP Front-end I create a upload form for users.

That form has three input fields (title, tags and upload).

So I want to add "Title - Tag - file_name" as alt attribute for images during the file upload.

How can I do with my code below?

if ($gui == 'upload') {
    if (!function_exists('wp_generate_attachment_metadata')){
        require_once(ABSPATH . "wp-admin" . '/includes/image.php');
        require_once(ABSPATH . "wp-admin" . '/includes/file.php');
        require_once(ABSPATH . "wp-admin" . '/includes/media.php');
    }
    if ($_FILES) {
       foreach ($_FILES as $file => $array) {
           if ($_FILES[$file]['error'] !== UPLOAD_ERR_OK) {
              return "Upload Err: " . $_FILES[$file]['error'];
           }
           $attach_id = media_handle_upload( $file, $newPost );
       }                        
   }
   if ($attach_id > 0){
       //and if you want to set that image as Post  then use:
       update_post_meta($newPost,'Uploaded_Image_ID',$attach_id);
   }
}
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First, better use admin_url(). Second, how exactly is the alt-HTML tag displayed? Does it come from caption, or something else? HInt: There's no alt-Tag in the meta data. –  kaiser Jul 11 '13 at 11:11
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An alt attribute must be a meaningful, functional replacement for an image. File names are the opposite. –  toscho Jul 11 '13 at 15:11

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update_post_meta($attach_id, '_wp_attachment_image_alt', 'Your alt text');
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Please provide an explanation to your code. Just dumping code does not make for a good answer. Please file an edit –  Pieter Goosen Jul 10 at 14:35

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