Controlling Image Display
(Remember: code is not case-sensitive
but file names are)

basic image code
(no pair)
<IMG SRC="" width="NNN" height="NNN" ALT="picture">
(page will load faster if you specify the image dimensions in number of
Controlling image size
by number of pixels
<IMG SRC="filename.jpg" width="250" height="150" ALT="picture">
(Set width and height at number of pixels you would like it to be. This only works for scaling images down; scaling up will cause "pixel bloat")
image size
by % of
<IMG SRC="filename.jpg" width="65%" ALT="picture">
(Consider the possibility that a large monitor may cause image enlargement and obvious pixels before using this option. Don't use within a table, either, or you may give Netscape a nervous breakdown.)
Controlling image alignment <IMG SRC="filename.jpg" width="250" height="150" align=left hspace=10 vspace=10 ALT="picture">
(hspace and vspace refer to numbers of pixels of blank space surrounding the image horizontally and vertically)
<br clear=all> Used to break text or other elements until the image has been cleared vertically