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<IMG SRC="hat.gif" width="150" height="100" name="hat">
This attribute is used to align other HTML elements such as text around the image.
The following will align the image to the right and text to its left.
<IMG SRC="fish.gif" width="160" height="124" align="right">
And the code below will align the image to the left and text to its right.
<IMG SRC="fish.gif" width="160" height="124" align="left">
ALIGN can also take “TOP“, “BOTTOM” or “MIDDLE” as value. These align the text to the top, middle or bottom of the image.
These attributes introduce horizontal or vertical space around an image. They take a number as value that determines the number of pixel space created.
The code below will put 30 pixel space on the left and the right side of the image.
<IMG SRC="fish.gif" width="160" height="124" alt="Fish" hspace="30">
VSPACE accomplishes something similar to HSPACE but adds space to the top and bottom of the image.
If you want to load a large high quality image on a page, you should use this attribute to display a low quality image. The low quality image is loaded initially and gives a general idea about the page. The visitor can then decide to wait for the large download. The LOWSRC attribute takes the URL of the low quality image as its value.
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