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martinibuster msg:4226403 3:32 am on Nov 4, 2010 (gmt 0)
If you look at the code it will have this <A HREF="/somepage.html... The "A" part of it means it's a link, regardless if it's an image link or a text link, it's still a link and counts as a link. The only thing different is that it does not have text to define the target of that link. Nevertheless, if you use ALT text then the search engines will take note of that ALT text and use that to add to it's understanding of what the page is about.