Before using these images in your own HTML pages, you should put them on your local disk. Please don't use them directly from here (by having a direct inline reference the images on this server in your pages) because this would increase the load on this server. Loading the images from your server will be faster for most people, and you won't have problems if I change the names of the files in the future.
So you have to download the images to your local disk. The way you do that depends on the browser you are using:
If you want to include some images in your pages, you have to know some HTML. If you have no idea of what HTML is, you'd better spend some time reading the World Wide Web FAQ and the HTML Specifications.
The simplest way to include an image in your page is with the following HTML tag:
Remember that not all people are using graphical browsers. And some people who do use a browser capable of displaying inlined images may have this feature turned off. So it is always a good idea to provide a text-only alternative to your images. I always do that on my pages (where this is relevant). For example:
<IMG SRC=&quo/gif/button_home.gif" ALT="[Home]"> <IMG SRC="/gif/plus.gif" ALT="+">
You can also use the WIDTH and HEIGHT attributes in the IMG tag. This tells the browser how much space it should allocate for the image on the page, before downloading it. Thanks to this, your browser can quickly display the page without having to wait for the images. Note: these attributes have been added to the HTML3 specification, so you can expect that most browsers will use them in the near future.
Since adding the WIDTH and HEIGHT attributes to all images in your pages could take a long time, I suggest that you use the Perl script wwwimagesize, which does it automatically. I used it on my pages; it works rather well.