Salesforce | How to add page header image in a visualforce page?

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We can add the page header image in a visualforce page using following apex tag:

<apex:image id="" value="" width="" height=""/>

In “value” Field of tag we give the url of the image where image is located. Image may be located in static resources in Salesforce or somewhere outside (publicly accessible with a url).

If image is in Static Resources in salesforce then syntax to access an image is like this:

$Resource.HeaderLogo

Here HeaderLogo is the name of the image. So final look of the image tag is as below:

<apex:image id="theImage" value="{!$Resource.HeaderLogo}" width="200" height="200"/>

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