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Image Element constructor

Accepts two optional parameters: Image([unsigned long width, unsigned long height])

Returns an HTMLImageElement instance just as document.createElement('img') would.

Example:

var myImage = new Image(100, 200);
myImage.src = 'picture.jpg';
console.log(myImage);
Result:
<img width="100" height="200" src="picture.jpg">
Specification Status Comment
HTML5
The definition of the Image constructor in that specification.
Recommendation A constructor (with 2 optional parameters) has been added.
The following properties are now obsolete: name, border, align, hspace, vspace, and longdesc.
The following properties are now unsigned long, instead of long: height, and width.
The following properties have been added: crossorigin,
 
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