I don’t know how to add src attribute that points at the image
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Here’s the basic syntax for an image element.
<img src="url that points at the image" alt="image description">
Check this below:
<img src="image url" alt="image description">
syntax for adding image to your code is
src ======== means source of that image for example :
i have one image name animal.jpg and which is placed in images folder then path of my image will be === src=“images/animal.jpg”
alt == means alternative text, this text will help you if your image is not visible then this alternative text will be shown at the place of your image.
title ==== will help you , to show when someone hover over your image then this will give information about your image .
now move your cursor over image and you will see some text that is title ( i showing your laptop title)
alt and title value you can give whatever you want