Besides the main image, you will want to create a second image to represent the main image. This can either be a graphic, or a thumbnail
By using the style attribute with the background-color property, you can add color to about any HTML element.
<p style="background-color: #f9f581;">Content goes here.</p>
Content goes here.
Using the <div> element, you have the ability to add background color to a group of elements.
Traditionally, lists came in two flavors: unordered lists (<ul>), and ordered lists (<ol>). With HTML 4.01 you only need to use <ul>. You can specify the marker using the style attribute. Default spacing does differ among browsers. Use the <ul> tag to begin a list. Place the <li></
Use the <img> tag to place an image on your Web page. The src="" attribute stands for source or URL of the image. For an image to be seen on the Web, it must be upload to your host. The alt="" attribute specifies alternate text to be displayed if for some reason