You can put images on your pages to make them more visually interesting. Images are part of why the web is so popular. Before the development of browsers like Netscape Navigator that display images "inline," visitors to an Internet site had to download each image separately and open them with a special viewing program.
Each image on a web page is a separate file, distinct from the HTML document that makes up a web page. The page contains not the images themselves, but a link to the image, which is displayed as part of the page. While you're making your pages, your images might reside on your hard drive or on the Internet. When you publish your pages on the Internet using Composer, it will post both the pages and the images to the server.
Here's the format for placing an image: