Images and Links in HTML To use image as a link in HTML, use the <img> tag as well as the <a> tag with the href attribute. The <img> tag is for using an image in a web page and the <a> tag is for adding a link. Under the image tag src attribute, add the URL of the image. With that, also add the height and width
In this Guided Project, you will:
Discuss the importance of links and images in web development.
Demonstrate the use of an image link.
Implement a menu of links.
In this project, you will write the HTML code to incorporate images and links into a web page. You will use a text editor called Notepad++ to write your code, and the Chrome browser to display the resulting web page. Since a website is often called upon to attract attention, images are an important part of the both the content and the layout of a web page. Knowing how to incorporate the image is just a part of the picture. There are also design and legal issues that come into play. Also critical to a website’s success is the ability to link from page to page or section to section. By then end
HTML image link code. <a> is the link tag. href attribute sets the URL to link to. <img> is the image start tag. src attribute sets the image file. title attribute sets the image tooltip text. alt is the image tag alt text attribute. style attribute sets with css the width and height of the image.
In a video that plays in a split-screen with your work area, your instructor will walk you through these steps:
Web Pages—Visual and Useful
The Image Tag
A Look at Links
Links and Images Together at Last