Another great thing about HTML is the ability to display graphic images. Here is one of the the Sydney University logo:

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Most browsers can display in-line images (ie: images on the same page as text). It is highly recommended that these images be stored in GIF format. Although a few browsers can display images stored in other formats, most browsers have the ability to display GIF images.

Note: Including large in-line images may not be a good thing to do unless the image is a necessary part of the document. The reason for this is that people that have slower connections to the Internet may not like having to wait until the image is transferred to their computer for display.

How do I include an in-line image in an HTML document?

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Revised: Friday, 23 July 1999 by EIE WebMistress