How to use google image url as src for image


To use a Google image URL as the src for an img element, you can simply use the URL as the value of the src attribute.

For example, if you have a Google image URL that looks like this:

You can use it as the src for an img element like this:

<img src="" alt="Google logo">

This will display the Google logo image on the page.

Note that you may need to check the terms of use for the image to ensure that it is allowed to be used in this way. Some images may have restrictions on how they can be used, or may require attribution. You can check the terms of use by visiting the webpage where the image is hosted and looking for information on copyright and usage.

For more information on using the img element, you can refer to the HTML documentation: