The IMG element is the primary method for including graphics
onto your web page. The graphics may be encoded using various
different formats with the most popular being JPeg, GIF and PNG.
In order to do simple animation, the GIF standard supports simple
animation which you may place on your web page using the IMG element.
||Identifies this tag to reference in script (program code)
||Define the class used to render this element (defined by a style sheet)
||A title that is associated with the element (displayed as a tooltip in Internet Explorer)
||A URI which indicates the location of the image resource. This may be a virtual pathname such as
/images/smile.gif or a relative path such as
||Define alternate text to show in place of the image (for non-graphical web browers)
||Width of the image in pixels. Specifying the width and height helps browsers render the page quickly without waiting for all of the images to be downloaded
||Height of the image in pixels.
||Contains the URI for an "image map" resource indicating the different regions which may be clicked and the resources they link to
||This attribute must be present if your image is intended to be used as an "image map"
<IMG SRC="/img/index_01.gif" WIDTH="175" HEIGHT="62" ALT="Welcome to Orvado DNS!">