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Working with Images > Getting Images Ready - Pg. 34

The Basics: Text and Images 34 Working with Images In the early days of the WWW ( World Wide Web ), many Web pages were text-only. Images, if your browser could even view them, were downloaded separately from the actual Web page. Eventually, HTML code and the browsers improved to the point where inline images were allowed. Inline images are what we now see adorning Web pages today, so much so that it's hard to imagine a time without pictures and text together on the Internet. Authoring such pages has become a simpler process as well. With FrontPage, it's no longer a matter of file-tracking voodoo to get images on your pages.