Can I use in-page links using an image instead of text as the root?

Can I use in-page links using an image instead of text as the root?

2 answers

Yes.

  1. Add the image
  2. Select the image and click Link
  3. Click Advanced
  4. Enter the heading or anchor name, preceded with the pound sign (#) and without spaces, e.g. #SecondSubHead

Milo's answer is correct if looking to link within the page (was not certain from the wording of your question, though I bet Milo's assumption is correct).  If one is looking to create simple in-page links going to places outside the page using an image - a common use case for our uses - the steps are very similar:

  1. Add the image
  2. Select the image and click Link
  3. Click Search or Recently viewed to link to other Confluence pages,  Attachments to link to an attachment or Web Link to link to pages outside Confluence.

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