I'd like to be able to add multiple links to the same image in confluence. A good example is that we have different production locations in our company and I want to be able to link them all to one image, so our users can just click on the geographical area.
This function would also be useful for our process diagrams, where the different spaces could be accessed by clicking on the different process stages in the image.
I'm uploading a small image of North America as an example.
The two links would be "USA" & "Canada".
I'm open to other suggestions. It doesn't have to be the same image. I've tried using multiple images and adding a link to each one but this is impractical and doesn't look good. (The World Map doesn't have straight lines and there's always a gap between the images)
Thank for the support,
I would also really need sth like that. I would assume many users would need a possibility to show a process or workflow description and link components to a more detailed description page.
I already tried to use PlantUML for process description and linkage on subpages. Also that is not at all sufficient, I could only find a workaround and only for activity diagrams (which in other apsects do not fit my need) and that leads to bad looking links under embedded text.
Anyone more successful doing that yet?
I understand the HTML markup needed to add hyperlinks to a confluence page, however, every time I try and add the HTML code to the confluence page it is removed upon filing. Was this an issue that anyone else trying to address this issue came across?
PS - The ImageMap add-on is apparently no longer supported by Atlassian.
Sorry that this answer is so long in coming, but (and I think this happens often, here) I only came across this when searching for a solution of my own.
The Confluence installation with my employer is 100% no frills, i.e. no macros, so creativity? A must. (And I get, and support, why they're reluctant to add any macros).
And with a bare-bones installation, the only way I can think of doing this would be:
The reason you don't start in Gliffy is that you can't create that kind of freeform, complex, multi-point shape inside of it.
Hope this helps,
MindGeek / Montreal
I was able to use Visio to create a diagram and then save it as SVG. Once in SVG format, open it in any text editor and add the links as html tags (<a href= "mylink"> </a>) around the shape. Then you can paste the svg code into an html macro on your confluence page. I created anchors in the confluence page for the different sections and then copied those anchor links into the html.
I hope this helps
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