@aniyah Shortening image URLs for HTML typically involves using a technique called "URL shortening" to convert a long image URL into a shorter one. URL shortening is often used to make URLs more user-friendly, reduce character count, or simply for aesthetic reasons. Here's how you can do it:
Choose a URL Shortening Service:
Sign Up (if required):
Some URL shortening services may require you to create an account. Sign up if necessary and follow their instructions.
Shorten the Image URL:
Once you have access to a URL shortening service, follow these steps:
Copy the Shortened URL:
After the service generates the shortened URL, you can usually copy it to your clipboard by clicking a "Copy" button or selecting the URL and using the keyboard shortcut (Ctrl+C on Windows or Command+C on Mac).
Use the Shortened URL in HTML:
Now that you have the shortened URL, you can use it in your HTML code to display the image. Here's an example of how you would include it in an
<img src="SHORTENED_URL" alt="Image Description">
SHORTENED_URL with the actual shortened URL you obtained from the URL shortening service.
Test the Image:
Make sure to test your HTML code to ensure that the image displays correctly using the shortened URL.