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<img src="Location_of_the_image" alt="">

image html

<!DOCTYPE html>
/* This style sets the width of all images to 100%: */
img {
  width: 100%;

<h2>Width/Height Attributes or Style?</h2>

<p>The first image uses the width attribute (set to 128 pixels), but the style in the head section overrides it, and sets the width to 100%.</p>

<img src="html5.gif" alt="HTML5 Icon" width="128" height="128">

<p>The second image uses the style attribute to set the width to 128 pixels, this will not be overridden by the style in the head section:</p>

<img src="html5.gif" alt="HTML5 Icon" style="width:128px;height:128px;">


html images

<img src="/image.png">

images in html

  <img src="/image.jpg">

img html

<img src="something.png"><!-- YOU CAN DO DROP A LINK AS WELL --!>

html image

<img src="img.jpg" >
<img src="images/img.jpg" >
<img src="/program/images/img.jpg" >

<img src="img.jpg" alt="Name in the site" >

<img src="img.jpg" style="width: 300px; height: 150px" >
<img src="img.jpg" style="width: 30%; height: 20%" >

images in html

<img src="image.jps">
//image.jpg is where you would put the inage source.

images html

<!--An image tag (img for short). The attributes src= and alt= are essential. 
src= is short for source, which will be the link to the relative or absolute 
image link, alt= is additional information for the users on screen readers etc. 
Just so you know, you MUST have the src= attribute but the alt= attribute is optional.
Like the abbr tag, img also has the title= attribute. -->
<!--Also the height= and width= attributes to control the height and width separately. 
Enough with the attributes, the img tag is a SELF-closing tag, meaning it doesn’t have 
a closing tag, like so:-->

<img src=”hello-world.png” alt=”print(“Hello World!”)> 

<!--Relative: The image is in the folder where your index.html file is located. 
Write the file path down in the src= attribute. Example:-->

<img src=”images/hello-world.png>

<!--Absolute: The opposite of relative, this time, the image is a link to an 
image somewhere on the internet. Write the file path down in the src= attribute. 
Example: -->

<img src="">

img html

<img src="smiley.gif" alt="Smiley face" height="42" width="42">

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