Now that you are all up to speed with the theory, let's start putting this into practice. Today's Web is a very visual medium. The humble image tag has allowed web designers to turn dull and uninspiring documents into graphically rich experiences. Graphic designers quickly seized on the
image tag (originally intended as a way to add visual content to a website) as a way of visually embellishing a page. In fact, if it wasn't for the invention of the
image tag, the profession of web designer may never have evolved.
Unfortunately, we've used the
image tag to clutter our pages with purely presentational images. Luckily, CSS gives us the ability to display an image on a page without it being part of ...