You can add images to Markdown using the
[alt text](image_url) syntax. Let’s see how it works.
Here’s the syntax for adding images in Markdown. The title is optional:
![Alt text](https://assets.digitalocean.com/articles/alligator/boo.svg "a title")
This results in the following HTML:
<img title="a title" alt="Alt text" src="/images/boo.svg">
With the markdown syntax for links, here’s how you would have a linked image:
<img> element is a useful feature of HTML.
For a more comprehensive review of the HTML5 markup language, explore our series, How To Build a Website in HTML.
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