Creates an image control.
This element cannot have a closing tag.
Sets an access key to an element.
Sets the object's position with respect to the surrounding text.
Sets an alternate text that is displayed when the file associated with the element cannot be displayed.
Sets the thickness of the border.
Sets the style class or classes that belong to the element.
Sets whether the contents of the object are editable.
Sets the text direction as related to the
Sets the state of an object for user interaction.
Sets the location of a movie file or VRML.
Sets whether the My Pictures toolbar in Internet Explorer is enabled for the current
Specifies the height of an element.
Specifies whether a dotted rectangle (focus rectangle) is drawn around an object while it has focus.
Specifies the number of pixels to use as a margin at the left and right sides of the object.
Sets a unique identifier for the object.
Specifies the language of the element.
Sets the scripting language for the current element. Use it only for the
Specifies the number of repeats for a sound or video clip.
Specifies the location of a lower resolution image to display.
Sets the name of an element.
Specifies the width of a control, in characters.
Sets the location of an associated file for an object.
Specifies the starting time of a video clip.
Sets an inline style associated with an element.
Specifies the tabbing order for keyboard navigation using the TAB key.
Specifies a tooltip for an element.
Sets the type of the
Sets whether the selection process can start in an element's content.
Sets the URL to use as an image map.
Specifies the number of pixels to use as a margin at the top and bottom sides of an object.
Specifies the default width of the element.
Example HTML code 1:
This example illustrates the use of the
< input type = "image" src = "picture.gif" alt = "picture" />
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