Turn an image in your email into a clickable link
- Copy the URL you want to link to your image.
- Drag-and-drop the image that you want to turn into a link into your template.
- Click the image to open the toolbar and then click Link > Web Page.
- Paste the copied URL into the Link URL Field.
Make an Image a Link
- Use the Insert menu and Image to add your image to the page.
- Select (or click) the image and you will see the Image Option dialogue box appear: use the Change link.
- Either choose the page you wish to link to or go to the Web address tab and add the URL you want to link to.
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- On your computer, open photos.google.com.
- Place your cursor over a photo or video, and click Select .
- To send a link, click Share .
- Choose how to share your link. To share a link, click Create link.
To use image as a link in HTML, use the <img> tag as well as the <a> tag with the href attribute. The <img> tag is for using an image in a web page and the <a> tag is for adding a link. Under the image tag src attribute, add the URL of the image. With that, also add the height and width.
Create a hyperlink to a location on the web
- Select the text or picture that you want to display as a hyperlink.
- Press Ctrl+K. You can also right-click the text or picture and click Link on the shortcut menu.
- In the Insert Hyperlink box, type or paste your link in the Address box.
No image supports hyperlinks because images are different type of data entirely.
Here you simply put your image inside a hyper link and use ismap attribute which makes it special image and when the user clicks some place within the image, the browser passes the coordinates of the mouse pointer along with the URL specified in the <a> tag to the web server.
- Use the <a> element to define a link.
- Use the href attribute to define the link address.
- Use the target attribute to define where to open the linked document.
- Use the <img> element (inside <a> ) to use an image as a link.