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Part II: Design and Conquer > Visual Stimulus—Adding Graphics

Chapter 6. Visual Stimulus—Adding Graphics

IN THIS CHAPTER

  • Creating or translating images for use on the Web

  • Placing an image in your HTML document

  • Attributes for altering an image and offering alternative text

  • Aligning an image on the page

The vast majority of Web pages you encounter have images that either enhance the appearance of the Web pages, add to their usability, or communicate information. Generally, these images are easy to create and easy to add to your Web document. All you need are the correct tools and the knowledge of a few additional XHTML elements. It’s important to realize that your images are not visible to all of your Web users, however, so you’ll want to compensate for non-graphical browsers. Fortunately, attributes that substitute text when images can’t be displayed are built-in, as are other options for customizing the appearance of images on your pages.


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