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Images

Contents

The Rules of ALT
Rollover Images
Many Links, One Rollover
No Borders Around Image Links
How to Make an Image Map

<IMG ...> Image
<MAP ...>
<AREA ...>
<SPACER ...>

The Rules of ALT next page
Images made the web cool. Hyperlinking may have made the web efficient and useful but it was the ability to publish pictures of your dog (world wide!) that generated enthusiasm for the web. This section describes the markup for putting images on your page. It includes the basics for <IMG ...> and the not-so-basics, such as LOWSRC.

This section starts with the very important The Rules of ALT which discuss how to use the ALT attribute with your images. Failure to use ALT is the single most common and destructive mistake made in web design.

rollover images
Rollover Image: The image changes when the mouse is over it.
We then move on the how to create rollover images, a popular special effect in which the image changes when the mouse is over it.


 
 
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