HTML <Image> Tag and Its Example

HTML image tag:

The <img> element is one of the most important in web designing and to displaying a static image on a page. You should normally use it whenever an image is actually a part of the content.

All<img> tags must have a defined src attribute. This defines the image to be displayed. Typically, the src is a URL, but a data representation of the image can also be used in some cases.

Example :

Output :

Image Alignment Attributes

The HTML <img> tag also supports the following additional attributes −

Attribute Value Description
align top
Deprecated− Specifies the alignment for the image.
alt text Specifies alternate text
border pixels Deprecated − Specifies the width of the image border.
crossoriginhtml-5 anonymous use-credentials It allows images from third-party sites that allow cross-origin access to be reused with canvas.
height pixels or % Specifies the height of the image.
hspace pixels Deprecated − Amount of white space to be inserted to the left and right of the object.
ismap URL Defines the image as a server-side image map.
longdesc text Deprecated − Specifies a URI/URL of a long description - this can elaborate on a shorter description specified with the alt attribute.
src URL the url of an image
usemap #mapname Defines the image as a client-side image map and used alongwith <map> and <area> tags.
vspace pixels Deprecated − Amount of white space to be inserted to the top and bottom of the object.
width pixels or % Sets the width of an image in pixels or in %.

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