The Deatil Matter.docx - The src attribute needs to point to the exact filename of the image you want to use That means you need to pay attention to

The Deatil Matter.docx - The src attribute needs to point...

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The src attribute needs to point to the exact filename of the image you want to use. That means you need to pay attention to spelling, capitalization, and the file extension. Each of the three images on this page is broken because of an improper src attribute. Using the file menu for reference, fix each of the image tags. Note: Even though the images are not loading properly, our website is still showing descriptive text of what should be there because we used alt attributes. Cool! How do I add images?: The <img> tag allows you to show images on your web page. Example: <img src="dog.png" alt="dog jumping"/> In order to tell the browser which file to use, extra information, called an attribute, is added to the <img> tag inside the brackets. The attribute src stands for source and tell the name of the image. Image files names include extensions which tell the computer which type of image they are working with. Common extensions are .jpg, .jpeg, .png. In addition to have the src attribute, image elements also have the
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