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HTML5 and CSS3: Visual QuickStart Guide, Seventh Edition by Bruce Hyslop, Elizabeth Castro

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Getting Images

So how do you get an image that you can use for your Web page? There are several ways. You can buy or download ready-made images, digitize photographs or hand-drawn images with a scanner, use a digital camera, or draw images from scratch in an image editing program like Adobe Photoshop. Once you’ve got them in your computer, you can adapt them for use on the Web.

To get images

• You can use Google to find images on the Web by clicking the Images link above the Search box and entering criteria as usual. See the “Creative Commons Licenses” sidebar for more information on copyrights for those images.

• Generally, even free images found on the Web are restricted in one form or another (see the “Creative Commons Licenses” sidebar). ...

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