Images For Website

+4 Pavle Knezevic · October 18, 2014
When ever i make code for image it doesnt show up image in the index.Can you please tell me why?

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0 Tim Bogdanov · March 5, 2015
what are you talking about abdullah?
+2 Abdullah Nauman · March 5, 2015
I usually just use the full path.
Just right-click --> properties--> General--> And copy the path/
0 Mathias Frits Rørvik · March 5, 2015
You should also always add the 'alt' property your image tags.
+1 Tim Bogdanov · March 4, 2015
you can do it in two ways.
In the HTML

<img src="path/to/img.jpg" />

or in the CSS

<div class="img"></div>

.img {
   background-image: url("path/to/img.jpg");
   background-size: cover, contain or any other choices;
   background-position: center, or any other choices;
0 Abhinav Shukla · March 4, 2015
If your image is not in the same directory (folder) as the code you will have to add a ../ This tells the computer to search for the image from one directory up.  for an example-

<img src = "../smiley.jpg"/>
+1 Spikeedoo G · March 3, 2015
Yes.  Though to display something you have to get a file location and paste it in the quotes.

If you want more info

People who do things like "smiley.gif" have it in the same file they are working with their index.html and other files.

People who do things like "" have right clicked a file on the web and clicked "Copy Image Location"
0 Abdullah Nauman · March 3, 2015
Is your src correct? 
+1 Spikeedoo G · March 3, 2015
Well since you provide no code I will do my best.

To add images in html from the web...right click on an image from the web and click copy link location.
And paste it in the quotes

<img src = ""/>

Am I missing your problem?
Your description was kind of vague.
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