Create a picture element.

p. <s:img> sets up different sources, and browser will use the first source that fits the display, making your websites load much faster. p. <s:img> is super easy to use! Just put the URL and the title of the image inside this tag.
    SunSed Satellite
<img srcset="https://cdn.sunsed.com/m5904681/artwork/programable-toaster.png 1366w, https://cdn.sunsed.com/m5904681/artwork/programable-toaster--watch.png 340w, https://cdn.sunsed.com/m5904681/artwork/programable-toaster--mobile.png 640w, https://cdn.sunsed.com/m5904681/artwork/programable-toaster--tablet.png 1024w, https://cdn.sunsed.com/m5904681/artwork/programable-toaster--desktop.png 1920w, https://cdn.sunsed.com/m5904681/artwork/programable-toaster--retina.png 2560w" sizes="(max-width: 1639px) 1366px, (max-width: 408px) 340px, (max-width: 768px) 640px, (max-width: 1229px) 1024px, (max-width: 2304px) 1920px, 2560px" src="https://cdn.sunsed.com/m5904681/artwork/programable-toaster.png" alt="SunSed Satellite">
SunSed Satellite
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style=""  class=""  ...=""  

This tag accepts all common HTML attributes.

link=""  linked=""  
p. Use this attribute if you want your image to be linked (clickable). p. You can also specify a different URL to be linked.
caption=""  description=""  
Image description.