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I'm currently using <?php the_post_thumbnail('250px', array('class'=>"review-siteshot", 'alt' => get_the_title() )); ?>

I know that 'alt' => "review" will output review as all text.

I'm trying to use get_the_title() along with "review" so that I get title-text review as my alt text for the thumbnail.

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Like this:

'alt' => get_the_title(). ' review'

So the full code would be:

<?php the_post_thumbnail('250px', array('class'=>"review-siteshot", 'alt' => get_the_title(). ' review' )); ?>
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    the_post_thumbnail() escapes its own attributes, so it's not necessary here. – Jacob Peattie Aug 24 '19 at 11:45
  • Indeed, Cheers Jacob! – Lazar Momcilovic Aug 24 '19 at 11:59
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The function the_title() can be used to append a string and to return instead of echoing:

the_title( '', ' review', 0 )

In case stripping tags and escaping is necessary, the function the_title_attribute() can be used:

the_title_attribute( [ 'after' => ' review', 'echo' => 0 ] )
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