<img>for Level 0 if you include the
To incorporate in-line graphics into an HTML document, you use
img tag. With
<img> you can insert another document in-line.
The document is normally an icon or small graphic, etc. This
element is NOT intended for embedding other HTML text.
Browsers which are not able to display in-line images ignore the
img element unless it contains the
alt attribute. Note that some
browsers will be able to display (or print) linked graphics but not
in-line graphics. If the graphic is essential, you may want to
create a link to it rather than to put it in-line. If the graphic is
essentially decorative, then
img is appropriate.
img element is empty: it has no closing tag. It has these
bottom, defining whether the
tops or middles of bottoms of the graphics and text should
be aligned vertically.
Optional alternative text as an alternative to the graphics for display in text-only environments. This attribute is mandatory for Level 0 documents.
An image map is a graphical map by which users can
navigate transparently from one information resource to
ismap attribute identifies an image as an
image map. For example:
<img src="sample.gif" ismap>
For information on creating an image map, see Marc Andreessen's Graphical Information Map Tutorial at http://wintermute.ncsa.uiuc.edu:8080/map-tutorial/image-maps.html
The value of the
src attribute is the URL of the document
to be embedded. Its syntax is the same as that of the
attribute of the
src is mandatory.
imgelements are allowed within anchors.
An example of using
<img> to insert an in-line graphic is:
<img src ="triangle.gif" alt="Warning:">
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