Horizontal Rule (HR) : The HR element is a divider between sections of text; typically a full width horizontal rule or equivalent graphic. For example : <HR> <ADDRESS>February 8, 1995, CERN</ADDRESS> </BODY>

Image (IMG) : The IMG element refers to an image or icon via a hyperlink.
HTML user agents may process the value of the ALT attribute as an alternative to processing the image resource indicated by the SRC attribute.

Attributes of the IMG element : ALIGN : Alignment of the image with respect to the text baseline. `TOP' specifies that the top of the image aligns with the tallest item on the line containing the image. `MIDDLE' specifies that the center of the image aligns with the baseline of the line containing the image. `BOTTOM' specifies that the bottom of the image aligns with the baseline of the line containing the image. ALT : Text to use in place of the referenced image resource, for example due to processing constraints or user preference. ISMAP : Indicates an image map. SRC : Specifies the URI of the image resource.

Examples of use :

<IMG SRC="triangle.xbm" ALT="Warning:"> Be sure to read these instructions. <a href="http://machine/htbin/imagemap/sample"> <IMG SRC="sample.xbm" ISMAP> </a> Link (LINK) : The LINK element represents a hyperlink. Any number of LINK elements may occur in the HEAD element of an HTML document. It has the same attributes as the A element. The LINK element is typically used to indicate authorship, related indexes and glossaries, older or more recent versions, document hierarchy, associated resources such as style sheets, etc.
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