The URL for the following images is like this: images/name.gif or images/name.jpg (for example, images/drum.gif)
DIVIDER BARSwoodbar.gif (public domain gif)
HTML to give credit for bar4.gif or bar54.gif Divider Bar by ChenaeThe above HTML will look like this on your page:
Divider Bar by Chenae
Copy and paste above code to your page in your "editor". Credits can go at the end of your page.
or For exampleIMG means 'image' of course. SRC means 'where get the image' If it is in the same directory (folder) as your .html file, you just put the image name as in the above example. If it is in an "images" folder like mine are here, you need to put <IMG SRC="images/smiling.gif"> If it is in a folder in a different directory entirely, you need to use the complete URL until you learn a little more. Example: which will work like this
If you are up to it you should include the WIDTH and HEIGHT of your Image. This helps your page load faster. If you want it Centered on the page use the Center tags. Here's the Bar with WIDTH, HEIGHT, and CENTER tags.
You can copy and paste any of the HTML for images given here, then substitute your own Image's URL, width, height, etc.
Do NOT forget the Closing </CENTER> tag, or everything below will be centered. The ALT "Attribute" identifies the image, and tells your visitor what is coming in that space. It also shows in a little pop-up when you put your arrow (cursor) on the Image.
There are other Tags to put an image to the Left of text, or to the Right, and other positions.
BUT use just the basic tag for a while first. Then look up the tag to use for a special position in "A Beginner's Guide to HTML" (link on HTML Builder page) or other Primer or HTML reference. You can also email me if you wish.
NEVER USE A URL TO SOMEONE ELSE'S IMAGES!
ALWAYS SAVE THE IMAGE TO YOUR OWN COMPUTER AND UPLOAD TO YOUR OWN ONLINE "HOST." BAND WIDTH COSTS THE PERSON WHOSE IMAGES YOU LINK TO INSTEAD OF HAVING IN YOUR OWN DIRECTORY.
EasyCounter added 06/22/2003