In this screencast I’ll show you how to add images to your GitHub Readme files. You can use the Markdown or HTML syntax for this, I’ll show you both versions. Make sure to upload images to your own repository and provide the relative path to them.
Here’s the syntax:
In Markdown syntax, use the following example to embed an image:
GitHub also supported the HTML syntax, which uses the standard IMG tag. Pasting HTML code in a website is always a little tricky, but let me try:
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Should you have spaces in your file names, you can replace them with %20, just like in standard HTML (like “file%20name”).
Now go and make those Readme.md files look handsome!