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Google Images. The most comprehensive image search on the web.
Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you're looking for.
Google Images is a search engine owned by Google that allows users to search the World Wide Web for images. It was introduced on July 12, 2001 due to a demand for pictures of the green Versace dress of Jennifer Lopez worn in February 2000. In 2011, reverse image search functionality was added. When searching for an image, a thumbnail of each matching image is displayed. When the user clicks on a thumbnail, the image is displayed in a larger size, and users may visit the webpage on which the imag
Google Images supports images in the following formats: BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, WebP, and SVG. You can also inline images as Data URIs. Data URIs provide a way to include a file, such as an image, inline by setting the src attribute of an img element as a Base64-encoded string using the following format:
Search with a URL. On your computer, go to a web browser and access the website with the image you want to use. To copy the URL, right-click on the image and click Copy image address. Go to Google Images. Click Search by image Paste image link. In the text box, paste the URL and click Search.
There are three simple ways to access Google Images: Go to google.com and select Images in the upper-right corner. Go to images.google.com, which is a more direct way to get to Google Images. Input the search terms for your image search into the default Google search and, on the results page, select Images .
Prepare your web pages and images To make sure Google can discover and index your images: Make sure people can access and view your pages that contain images without needing an account or logging in. Make sure Googlebot can access your pages that contain images (meaning, your pages aren't disallowed by a robots.txt file or robots meta tag).
Google Photos is the home for all your photos and videos, automatically organized and easy to share.
Go to images.google.com. Search for an image. You can also do a search on Google for the image you want to find, then at the top, select Images.
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