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
http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_img.asp

PS:
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 "http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?&id=HN.608037854851826414&w=300&h=300&c=0&pid=1.9&rs=0&p=0" 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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