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Images

Images are almost identical to links, but an image starts with an exclamation point !.

![alt](cat.png)

![alt][id]

[id]: dog.jpg "title"
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    Alternate (alt) text is displayed when the image can't be shown, or for the visually impaired.

    It's fine to leave this blank but the [] is required.

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    You can also use complete URLs, such as

    http://a.com/dog.jpg

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    Make sure there are no spaces between the brackets.

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    Definition identifiers may consist of letters, numbers, spaces, and punctuation. They are not case sensitive.

    The link definition can be placed anywhere after a blank line, but is generally near the bottom.

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    The title of the image is optional.

    A title provides more textual detail about what the image shows or contains.

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Make this image appear – no need for alt text or title, leave those blank:

 

Add alt text of Logo and title of Creative Commons licensed to this image:

 

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