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Digg Slashdot DZone StumbleUpon FriendFeed Furl Newsvine Google LinkedIn MySpace Technorati Windows Live YahooBuzz Basic HTML: Adding Images By Joe Burns Tweet Object 1 (with updates by editorial staff) How To Add Images To Your Web Pages! By now you know enough to write a very nice, text-based home page, but it is the ability of the Web to provide pictures, technically called images, graphics, or sometimes icons, that has made it so popular. In this Primer, you'll learn how place an image on your page and also how to turn an image into a link to another page. Placing An Image On Your Page The command to place an image is constant. You will use the same format every time. Now might be a good time to talk about where to store everything on your web server because you're starting to call for additional items to fill up your home page. Until now, all you did was put text on the page. Now you're going to place an image.

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