Content Contributors: Images, Tables, and Accessibility

Info Sign - Photo by Giulia May on Unsplash
Photo by Giulia May on Unsplash

Informative Images

Icon Design
Photographer: Harpal Singh | Source: Unsplash

Functional Images

Photographer: Mark Fletcher-Brown | Source: Unsplash

Decorative Images

Focus definition
Photographer: Romain Vignes | Source: Unsplash

Images with Text

Photographer: Museums Victoria | Source: Unsplash

Tables

Simple Table

Complex Table

  • Table: <table> — Use this to define a table
  • Caption: <caption> — Use this to include a brief summary of the table
  • Header Cells: <th> — Use this to define the relationship with the data cells
  • Data Cells: <td> — Use this to contain your general content
museum: end of exhibition
Photographer: Etienne Girardet | Source: Unsplash

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