You can use the following HTML code to embed a picture into your HTML document. The code uses the
<img> tag, which is the official tag to use for embedding pictures on web pages.
You can also check out the HTML images section of the HTML Tutorial.
Example Picture Code
|alt||Alternate text. This specifies text to be used in case the browser/user agent can't render the image.|
|src||Location of the image.|
|crossorigin||This attribute is a CORS settings attribute. CORS stands for Cross-Origin Resource Sharing. The purpose of the
If this attribute is not specified, CORS is not used at all.
An invalid keyword and an empty string will be handled as the
|ismap||For image maps. See HTML map tag|
|usemap||For image maps. See HTML map tag|
|width||Specifies the width of the image.|
|height||Specifies the height of the image.|
More Picture Codes
Here are links to more picture codes. You can do things like hyperlink images or add a border around your picture. You can even create a rollover effect whenever you hover over the image.
- Image Links - Opens a web page whenever the user clicks on your picture.
- Image Maps - These are "clickable" hotspots on your image. One picture can link to many different web pages.
- Picture Borders - Adds a border around your picture.
- Image Rollovers - Creates that "Hover over" effect. Easier than you might think!
- All about the