Whether it's a typo in the img tag source, or the image itself was misplaced or removed on the server - images break all the time on the web. The problem is, the browsers default way to display a broken image is really ugly. You can fix that and actually use it as an opportunity to enhance the user's experience on your web pages with CSS! That's what you will learn about in this lesson.
Useful Broken Images: CSS Tutorial Day 5 of CSS3 in 30 Days
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