Jen Kramer explains the three parts to making a working image on a website: sizing and formatting the image, placing the image on the internet, and writing HTML with the img tag to display the image.
- [Lecturer] Everybody loves a pretty image on a webpage.…And I'm sure one of the things you would like to do…is to be able to add images quickly and easily…to your website.…In order to add images to you website,…it's a three step process.…I'm going to tell you what those three steps are…and then I'll go into a little bit more detail…about what you need to know about each of these.…So first of all, you want to make sure…that you're image is in the correct image size…and the correct format.…Make sure that you create our image that way.…We're going to go through that more in just a moment.…
Second you want to make sure that you upload the image…to a server, to a public location…where everyone can see that image.…And then third, you're going to write the HTML…in your webpage using the <img> tag.…So let me tell you a little bit more…about these three steps.…First of all make sure that you have…the correct image size and the correct image format.…What do I mean by that?…Don't download your images right off your digital camera…
- Working with head and body tags
- Nesting one list inside of another
- Creating links within a page
- Linking to PDF files
- Quoting and citing text
- Fixing HTML in MailChimp
Skill Level Beginner
1. Understanding HTML
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