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"askjames03" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi, i'm new here.
> I would like to ask you guys the difference between having an IMAGE PLACE
> HOLDER and using without
> an IMAGE PLACE HOLDER (Just putting it on the Document Windows Directlly?
> So what's are their difference?
> Thank you very much.
Murray *ACE* wrote:
Oh, good. I thought I was the only one confused.
Um... if you already have the image and it's the right size, use it when
creating the page. If you don't yet have the image, use the image
placeholder. The placeholder can be useful when designing a page because
as the design changes you can change the size of the placeholder. Once
you have decided on the size for the image by using the placeholder, you
can then go to your image-editing program and size the source image to
the size you have decided on.
James M. Shook
The image placeholder is used when you are laying out your pages but don't have the final images ready to drop into the page.
Placeholders are not used on the final web page - they would appear as broken images.