To insert an image using the <img> tag:
To create multiple <img> tags for multiple image files in a folder, or to add <img> tags with additional options:
This wizard for inserting IMG tags makes it easier to pick from a group of images in the specified folder. It also uses CSS for better control instead of deprecated attributes such as border and align.
To quickly preview images:
To speed up the process of editing images:
To add or update <img> width and height attributes:
Displays and optionally updates width and height attributes of the <img> tag at the cursor.
To make sure that images appear on the local computer and on remote web pages:
To upload one or more images to a FTP server:
To arrange <img> tags (for photo albums, image rotators, etc.):
The creation of picture albums by hand can be tedious. This plugin makes it easier to generate tables with images, and other blocks of custom tags that have to be repeated for each file.
Still working on converting that list of names or links to a table? Automatically convert lines of text to a neatly ordered single or multi-column HTML table in seconds with this wizard.
This plugin and tutorial combo makes it easier to add the ability to rotate banners, slides and other images on web pages.
To create a custom color palette using an image:
To check the approximate download time for images and other files:
View single-file download speeds, word counts, links, directory listings and file properties, all in a single report. But that's not all, this plugin also displays PHP and hkScript file content with links to the known function references.
To compress JPEG images:
The size of JPEG files can be reduced by adjusting the amount of details contained in them. This process can affect the quality of the image, but the difference is not always visible to the human eye. Compress while viewing the result with this tool.
To get started with using <img> tags in HTML files:
To create FavIcons for web sites using regular images:
To create split images with links:
To customize HTML-Kit with a custom logo: