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Part III: Web Page Graphics > Putting Graphics on a Web Page

Hour 10. Putting Graphics on a Web Page

In Hour 9, "Creating Your Own Web Page Graphics," you started making some digital images for your Web pages. This hour shows you how easy it is to put those graphics on your pages with HTML.

To Do

You should get two or three images ready now so you can try putting them on your own pages as you follow along with this hour.

If you have some image files already saved in the GIF or JPEG format (the filenames will end in .gif or .jpg), use those. Otherwise, you can just grab some graphics I've put on the Internet for you to practice with. Here's how:

  1. Enter the following address into your Web browser:

    http://24hourHTMLcafe.com/hour10/images.htm

    You should see a page with four images of hats and stars at the bottom.

  2. Click Sample Images. You should see a magic hat and some stars.

  3. Save each of the graphics to your computer's hard drive by right-clicking each image (or holding down the mouse button if you use a Macintosh computer), and then selecting Save Image As from the pop-up menu.

    Put the graphics on your hard drive in whichever folder you use for creating Web pages.

  4. As you read this chapter, use these image files to practice putting images on your pages. (It's also fine to use any graphics you created while reading the previous chapter.)



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