Example of HTML Image Tag

In HTML, the <img> tag is used to embed images in a webpage. Here’s how you can explain and represent it using Markdown:


The <img> tag in HTML requires the src attribute, which specifies the path to the image file. Optionally, you can include attributes like alt for alternative text (useful for accessibility), width and height to specify dimensions, and title for additional information about the image.

  <img src="path/to/image.jpg" alt="Description of the image" width="300" height="200" title="Image Title">
  • src: Specifies the path to the image file. It can be a relative or absolute URL.
  • alt: Provides alternative text for the image, which is displayed if the image fails to load or for accessibility purposes.
  • width, height: Defines the dimensions of the image (in pixels).
  • title: Optional attribute that provides additional information about the image when the user hovers over it.