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Adding Graphics

It's rare to find a Web page without at least one graphic element. You can certainly improve the appearance of your page by adding some sort of graphic. Don't worry, though, you needn't create the graphic yourself by using a drawing package. Many applications today come with dozens of clip-art images you can borrow and use on your page. For example, Microsoft Word provides a wide selection of clip art, and you can borrow any of those images for use with FrontPage Express. In addition, your local software store probably stocks a selection of graphics libraries available on CD, each of which stores thousands of images.

Your challenge as a Web page developer, then, is not to create the graphics, but rather to decide how to integrate one or more graphic element into your page. In this section, you learn how to integrate a graphic onto your page and how to manage the graphic's size. The first order of business, however, is to introduce the different types of graphics you can integrate onto your page.


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