The example to the left is
just to give you an idea of the information needed to correctly place a photo
on your web site.
Image File: name is the exact location
where the photo is found on your server. If your photo is not appearing when
you look at your web site make sure the spelling is correct. Also make sure
that the name used for the Image File and the actual jpg are the same.
Alternative Text: Some people browse the
Internet with their graphic turned off. By placing descriptive text in this
area the person viewing your page will know what the picture represents.
Alignment:Not always necessary to use
unless you want to specify that the photo should sit in relationship to other
photos or text on your page.
Width - Height: The exact measurements
of your photo in pixels ... if you don't know what the measurement is you can
view that in your graphic program. You can not make a photo smaller by placing
decreased values in this code. Some browsers will show the photo smaller but it
will still have to download the full size of the larger photo.
Border: Make sure you set this to "0"
especially if the photo or graphic is used as a link to another page. When used
as a link the figure will be outlined with another color when you place your
mouse over the figure. This happens because the object is seen by the browser
as only a link.