We will get into images much later in the course, but by using a little borrowed code, you can already add images to your new HTML files. Like the others in this section, the image tag, <img />, creates an empty element. src="" tells the browser where the image is located, or the URL to the file.

Please note that instead of wrapping the URL in parentheses ((...)) like we do in Markdown, in HTML, we use quotations ("...") to contain the URL to the file.

<img src="./images/name-of-image.jpg" />

Compare this to Markdown:

![My Image](./images/name-of-image.jpg)

At this stage in your development journey, you can get an image to embed very similar as you would in Markdown using the element <img src="..." />.

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