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-        <h3>JavaScript Is Powerful</h3>
+        <h3><img class="title" src="images/privacy_browser.png"> JavaScript Is Powerful</h3>
 
         <p>Back in the early days of the internet, web pages were static, meaning they they contained text and images that were displayed on the screen
             but didn&rsquo;t change or interact with the user. Of course, only so much that is interesting can happen with static content.
             popup a menu, and do many other useful things.</p>
 
 
-        <h3>JavaScript Is Dangerous</h3>
+        <h3><img class="title" src="images/javascript_enabled.png"> JavaScript Is Dangerous</h3>
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         <p>Of course, the concept of running arbitrary programs from a website is potentially dangerous. So there are limitations placed on JavaScript
             to keep it from doing things like installing viruses. However, it turns out that these limitations are overly broad.
             Below is a screenshot from <a href="http://webkay.robinlinus.com">webkay</a>, which is a website that demonstrates the type of information that
             JavaScript can produce about a device. <a href="http://www.browserleaks.com/">Browser Leaks</a> is another good resource.</p>
 
-        <p><img class="center" src="images/webkay.png" height="640" width="360"></p>
+        <p><img class="center" src="images/webkay.png"></p>
 
         <p>For privacy purposes, the ideal would be to browse the internet with JavaScript disabled. However, there are some websites that legitimately require
             JavaScript to accomplish their purposes and others that don&rsquo;t work correctly without JavaScript even though they could be programmed to do so.