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UNESCO EIPICT M6. LESSON 3
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How to Add Images(1)
!
Image and other graphical elements can be added 
on the web page through the <img> tag using the 
src (source) attributethat points to the image / 
graphics
!
If the file (i.e. mylogo.gif) is in the same directory 
where the HTML files are saved use relative URL 
<img src = “mylogo.gif”>
!
If not, the correct directory should be reflected in 
the src attribute 
<img src = “ /images/mylogo.gif”>
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How to Add Images(2)
Example:
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Insert the <img> tag where you want to place the 
image
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There are other attributes that can be used to 
organize how images are displayed on a web page
<img src =“mylogo.gif” width=“100” height=“100” 
align=“left”  alt=“logo”>
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Where to Get Images
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Graphic editors – tools for creating and editing 
images are available for those who would like to 
make graphics on their own
!
Learning how to use these tools requires time, 
dedication and creativity
!
For those creatively and/or technologically 
challenged, there are online resources that 
provide free images, clip-arts, buttons etc.
!
Also there are sites that provide tools for creating 
customized logos, headers or buttons on the fly
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UNESCO EIPICT M6. LESSON 3
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Exercise 5
To make graphics or edit images
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Use any search engine to look for graphic editors with these 
keywords - Graphic editors freeware
!
Search also for tutorials for the graphic editor of your choice
!
Try these online graphics generator sites
o
Xara 3D Heading Maker 
http://www.xara.com/referrer/headmaker_trial.asp
o
Button maker
o
http://www.coolarchive.com/buttonmaker.php
o
Cool Text: Logo and Graphics Generator
o
http://cooltext.com/
Proceed with placing images on web pages
UNESCO EIPICT M6. LESSON 3
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How to Create Hyperlinks(1)
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Hypertext links are created on web pages using 
the <a> anchor tag with thehref(Hypertext 
Reference) attribute
!
Hyperlinks connect your web pages together and 
point to other web documents (build your web 
site)
<a href = “collection.htm” >Library Collection</a>
<a href = 
“http://www.unesco.org/webworld/portal_bib/”>
UNESCO Libraries Portal </a>
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How to Create Hyperlinks(2)
<a href = “collection.htm”>
Library Collection</a>
<a href = 
“http://www.unesco.org/webworl
d/portal_bib/” >UNESCO 
Libraries Portal </a>
UNESCO EIPICT M6. LESSON 3
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How to Create 
Hyperlinks(3)
!
Hyperlinks are also used to connect to graphic 
and other media
!
Icons and other graphic elements can be used as 
the the “trigger’ (object) users click on to jump to 
the referred document
<a href = “mylibrary.jpg” >MyLibrary </a>
<a href = “mylibrary.jpg” > <imgsrc 
“mylibrary_sm.jpg”></a>
<a href “mylibrary.jpg” border = “0” > <img
src “mylibrary_sm.jpg” ></a>
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How to Create Hyperlinks(5)
Link to e-mail address can be created to 
automatically open the e-mail program on the 
system supplying the address
Contact <a href = “mailto:me@mylibrary”
me@mylibrary.edu </a>
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Exercise 6
1.
Make basic.htm the library’s home page
2.
Link the other web pages collection.htm and 
services.htm to basic.htm
3.
Create a link back to basic.htm on the other web 
pages
4.
Place contact information at the bottom of each 
page (e-mail, tel no#, etc)
5.
View / Test the links / Edit and save
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