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  • Heading, Anchor and Image Tag in HTML

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An anchor is what the image tag is. It's used to position a graphic in a certain location. It can also be used to refer to a different document or image. The following is the code: img src="image.gif" alt=""/>

You'll need to give the a tag dimensions and set it to display: block;. Replace the dimensions with the correct ones, of course. The anchor appears to overflow beneath the image a little bit if you add the image directly to the a tag, like you did at the bottom of your answer.

The HTML anchor tag is used to create a link from one page to another. It can generate links to other websites, files, locations, and any URL. The most crucial attribute of an HTML tag is the "href" property. as well as a link to the destination page or URL.

If you'd rather code the anchor tags in HTML, go to the Anchor Tag Code section. To begin, you must first place the anchor. Place the cursor in the post where you want to drop the anchor in the Rich Text editor, open the Insert menu, and select Anchor. You'll be asked to give the anchor an ID.

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