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5. Rules, Images, and Multimedia > Inserting Images in Your Documents

Inserting Images in Your Documents

One of the most compelling features of HTML and XHTML is their ability to include images with your document text, either as an intrinsic components of the document (online images), as separate documents specially selected for download via hyperlinks, or as a background for your document. When judiciously added to the body content, images — static and animated icons, pictures, illustrations, drawings, and so on — can make your documents more attractive, inviting, and professional looking, as well as informative and easy to browse. You may also specially enable an image so that it becomes a visual map of hyperlinks. When used to excess, however, images make your document cluttered, confusing, and inaccessible, as well as unnecessarily length....


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