I am trying to create a clickable image that links to another Confluence page. How do I do this?
I upload and insert a gif. I want to attach the URL of another page to it so that when the user mouse click's the image, it takes them to the linked page. I see there are a few threads about it around suggesting it should be easy - I should be able to click on the picture and see a link in the menu below the image, but the link icon isn't there for me. I get what Julio Chana describes in this page
If you have draw.io as an add-on for Confluence I opened up the image that I wanted to use. I created a screen shot of the whole image and pasted this into draw.io. Next I made a series of smaller screen shots from the original image and pasted them into the draw.io file I'm working on. I made sure that these smaller screen shots were in front of the large image. I moved the smaller image to the same exact place it is on the larger image. I clicked on this smaller image and added a link to where ever I want. Hope this helps.
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