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Adding images

To make your Web page more visually appealing, you can use images in your design. In this part of the lesson, you'll add three images to the page. You'll add each image by putting an image placeholder on the page and then linking the placeholder to an image file.

The most commonly used image formats for the Web are Graphical Interchange Format (GIF) and Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG). GIF images are typically used for line art, and JPEGs are typically used for photographs and other images with more than 256 colors. In this lesson, you'll use GIF images. Portable Network Graphics (PNG) images are not a fully supported format, but have combined qualities of GIF and JPEG.


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