If your image files are stored in a different folder than your HTML file, you can still reference them by using a relative path in the
src attribute of the
For example, if your HTML file is located in a folder called
html and your image file is located in a folder called
images within the same directory as your HTML file, you would reference the image like this:
<img src="images/example.jpg" alt="Example Image">
If the image file is located in a folder above the HTML file, you can use
../ to indicate the parent directory, like this:
<img src="../images/example.jpg" alt="Example Image">
In this example,
../ moves up one directory level from the HTML file to the parent directory, and then looks for the
images folder within that directory.
Make sure to use the correct file path for your specific file structure, and also ensure that the image file name and extension are correct.