What is the HTML code for a picture?
src is short for ‘source.’ If your image was in a directory called ‘images’ with a filename of screenshot.jpg, you would replace [image_location] with images/screenshot.jpg
[b][hover_text][/b] This is an optional attribute that displays text when a user puts his or her cursor over the image. [b][alternate_text][/b] This is also optional. If a user has images turned of through their web browser settings, this text is what shows up in place of the image. So when it's all said and done, it should look like this (remove the spaces before "img" and after the "/"): < img src="[image_source]" title="[hover_text]" alt="[alternate_text]" / > Height and width attributes are also available for images, but it's best not to use them, as that will force the image to be a certain size, which can lead to distortion of the image. If you need an image to be a certain size, best practice is to edit the image directly in an image editing program (Photoshop, The Gimp, etc.) if you are able to do so. [b]== Answer ==[/b] HTML Image Link Code: