Image tags have 6 elements that must be present, even if not used in that
particular image: source, height, width, horizontal alignment, vertical alignment,
alternate text, and border. The tag itself should look like this:
<IMG SRC="/img/imgname.gif(or jpg)"
HEIGHT="height of image in pixels"
WIDTH="width of image in pixels"
ALIGN="horizontal alignment of image: center, left, right"
VALIGN="vertical alignment of image: top, bottom, center"
ALT="alternate text if image can't/doesn't load"
BORDER="width of border around image, almost always 0">
For more precise placement, and to eliminate preset browser borders, horizontal &
vertical space can be specified as well
hspace="horizontal space (in pixels) between image and top border of page"
vspace="vertical space (in pixels) between image and right border of page"
they do that with HTML?