The IMG element allows another document to be inserted inline. The document is normally an icon or small graphic, etc. This element is NOT intended for embedding other HTML text.
Browsers which are not able to display inline images ignore IMG elements. Authors should note that some browsers will be able to display (or print) linked graphics but not inline graphics. If the graphic is essential, it may be wiser to make a link to it rather than to put it inline. If the graphic is essentially decorative, then IMG is appropriate.
The IMG element is empty: it has no closing tag. It has two attributes:
Note that IMG elements are allowed within anchors.
Warning: < IMG SRC ="triangle.gif" ALT="Warning:"> This must be done by a qualified technician. < A HREF="Go.html">< IMG SRC ="Button.ps" ALT="GO"></A>