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patrick costello857 Points
Under DOCTYPE in the html header there was <html lang="en">, what is this?
also in the image line there is 'src' and 'alt', I imagine alt is alternate but what does src stand for?
Stanley Thijssen22,831 Points
This code specifies what language your document is in. 'en' is the language code for English, when you use another language for your documents you can change it to the language code of your preferred language :)
The src attribute on an image specifies where the image is located, a link to your image location.
Dillon Wyatt5,990 Points
"So if my image was in documents it would be doc?"
If your HTML Code was in your Documents file and your image was in your Documents file as well, then your src would be src="imageName"