Graphics and Images
Want to spice up your web page with some graphics and images? All you need is the image tag, <img>, and the source attribute, src, and a filename for the value. For example, I have an image of a goldfish bowl on on my computer's hard drive in the same folder with my HTML documents. And, I want to tell the web browser to"put the picture of the goldfish bowl on the web page right here, right now."This is how I would do it:
Want to make the image bigger? All you have to do is specify a width and height attribute, as well as a value for each:
Want to center the image on the web page? Just add a pair of center tags:
Pretty cool, huh?
There are tons of places to find images and graphics for your page.
When you do find something that you want to include on your page -- whether images, graphics, or even text -- you need to make sure that it is not copyrighted. To better understand, let me explain some more about copyright…
This resource originally created by Deborah Dunk.