In HTML, you can use the
<img> tag to add images to your web pages. Here is the basic syntax for the
<img src="image.jpg" alt="Alternative Text">
In this example, the
src attribute specifies the URL or file path of the image you want to display, and the
alt attribute provides alternative text to be displayed if the image cannot be loaded or if the user is using a screen reader.
You can also use several other attributes with the
<img> tag to control the size, alignment, and appearance of the image, such as:
heightattributes: specify the width and height of the image in pixels
styleattribute: allows you to add CSS styles to the image, such as setting a border or applying filters
Here is an example of how to use some of these attributes:
<img src="image.jpg" alt="Alternative Text" width="300" height="200" style="border: 1px solid black;">
This code will display the image with a width of 300 pixels, a height of 200 pixels, and a 1-pixel solid black border around it.
Note that the
<img> tag is a self-closing tag, which means it does not have a closing tag. Also, make sure to use appropriate file paths or URLs for the
src attribute to ensure the image displays correctly.