Image. This could be a photograph or graph or any other meaningful pictorial content. It should not be used purely for presentation, where CSS, such as background-image is more appropriate.
img has no content and therefore does not warrant a closing tag.
The location of the image file to be used.
Alternative text that will replace the image if the image isn’t available. This must be included, if possible. In circumstances where it isn’t, the img must be the only content of a figure element in addition to a figcaption that contains a caption for the image.
The width of the image in pixels. This can also be done, or overridden, with CSS.
The height of the image in pixels. This can also be done, or overridden, with CSS.
Indicates that the element is a used as a server-side image map.
Image map name.
Hash name (eg. #flyer) matching the name of a map element (eg. <map name="flyer">…).