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<a href="http://booksxyz.com">booksXYZ</a>

Using an image as a link

You will probably want to use one of these images as a link. A visitor to your Web site will be able to click through to booksXYZ.com by clicking on the image. To make this happen, the name of the image must appear after IMG SRC in your HTML document. Here is an example of a link to booksXYZ.com's home page using the SbooksXYZ.gif button:

Example HTML for logo above:

<a href="http://booksxyz.com"><img src="images/logosmall.gif" border="0"></a>

How to copy images

PC users: Right-click on the image and choose "Save Picture/Image As".

Mac users: Click and hold down over the image and choose "Save This Image As".

More detailed instructions

If you are using Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer, first place the cursor above the image you want to copy. Next, if you are using a PC or Unix-based system, click and hold down the right mouse button; on a Mac, hold down the single mouse button. A small popup menu will appear after a few seconds, offering you a "Save as..." or "Download image..." option to save a copy of the image to your local hard drive.

AOL users: Your graphics can be read as compressed images, which may cause problems in displaying images. You'll need to make sure you are "in AOL." Now go to "My AOL," select Preference, and then select WWW. Turn off the Use-Compressed-Images option. Finally, select the Empty-Cache-Now button.

After you download a graphic, you'll want to upload that graphic to your Internet service provider so that it will appear on your Web site. Visit your Internet service provider's online documentation to learn what steps are necessary for uploading your HTML files and graphics.