I am pretty sure if you search the forum you would find an answer. !!
But there are a few ways you can do this.
Using a Rectangle Shape ( which in HTML is a DIV)
Here is an example.
But some things to note.
All of these methods work one way or another. But you may have to set width, height and other attributes for some and not others. The example shows this, but you will need to do any of that to suit your needs.
In the example I have put the images within the Hype project. So I use the Hype API to set the path to the resource folder.
If you have the images outside of Hype then you would use the normal path conventions.
If you have the Auto optimise on for image and have png files in the Hype project resource folder, they will be changed to .jpg files. So your hard coded extension will need to reflect that.
images.hypetemplate.zip (382.4 KB)