This tag is used to embed images into a web page. This image tag
<img> has two required attributes:
src - Specifies the path to the image
alt - Specifies an alternate text for the image, if the image for some reason cannot be displayed.
height - Specifies the height of the image in pixels.
width - Specifies the width of the image in pixels.
<img> to embed an image into a web page
<img src="dog.jpg" alt="My Dog" width="500" height="600">
<img> when the source of an image is a URL
<img src="https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1267892245362913281/2rm_VB9z.png" alt="CODE" width="500" height="600">
You can use images to help visualize what you're describing. In this example, an image is used to show the first computer bug discovered by Grace Hopper
<html> <body> <h1> Grace Hopper Info </h1> <p> Grace Hopper was a computer scientist in the United States Navy. She developed one of the first programming languages. She also discovered the first computer 'bug'. It was a literal bug in the machine. </p> <h2> The First Computer Bug </h2> <img src="https://archive.computerhistory.org/resources/still-image/Hopper-Grace/hopper-grace.finds_bug.102640477.lg.jpg" alt="Computer Bug" /> </body> </html>
<img>tag must not contain any content, and it does not require a closing tag.
For more information, see http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_img.asp
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