Images on Your Page

There used to be a number of differentthings you could do with images in HTML.   With the advent of the new, improved, and updated HTML5 you can no longer do things like having a background image. That's what CSS is for. Now, you can only link to or embed images.

Image links

One of my favorite pictures I took with my DSLR is this one of an axe flying through the air during a town battle at Estrella War.  I caught it completely by accident and it turns out it was thrown by a friend I rode down with.  This image is an image link, which is just like any other link.   It's just an anchored href that points to a picture on my hard drive and opens up in your browser when you click on it.

Embedding Images

Use a damned image-capable browser, 'tard monkey!

Here, I embedded the image into the page with an img tag.  I was also able to adjust the height and width of the image as well as provide a snarky comment deriding any user who can't view the image if they are using a text browser like lynx or have images blocked.

What's the point of using the web if you can't see images? It's not Gopher. I put the previous image in a separate paragraph from the text so the text began on the next line. Here, I did not. In some browsers, this text may appear beside the picture. In others, the first line will start at the bottom of the picture, beside it.

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