I'm trying to add lots of images and links.
I click the image, click link - this should bring me to a place to attach a link to the image - instead it brings me to the insert link wizard. If i complete the wizard it creates a text link at the top of the page.
I used the wiki markup here: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/22648692. Click the image, click 'link' - brings me back to the insert link wizard that creates a text link at the top of the page.
I can make due with using the wiki markup - but that's going to be harder for most users.
Is this a known bug? Is there something I can do to make linking to images easier.
I want to create buttons on my space homepage so it looks like a homepage and users can click a button (in this case a logo/image) and go to the linked space.
Even the old workarounds for buttons and lozenge macros etc. posted years ago in the forums don't work in Cloud (mine anyway).
It's a shame as it looks slick in the server version!
The documentation says this is supported in Confluence 5.7 - https://confluence.atlassian.com/conf57/working-with-links-701434771.html
I know it works correctly in our 5.8 instance.
What browser are you using?
You can now add an image and add a link to it (e.g. a clickable image to direct you to a link) but when I paste the link, it creates a new image to my recent uploads which is just an image of the URL I just pasted. The only work around I have is to manually type the link which is a poor user experience IMO
Doesn't work for me in any browser. But overall the cloud version feels a bit glitchy. I can't see any blog posts either when clicking the blog button in the sidebar. And the page list below sometimes have a little collapsable house icon with the space name and sometime there is noting (just the page list).
I've tested Chrome, IE, Edge and it's the same on all of them. Tried two different computers as well (desktop and laptop).
Anyway, not a deal breaker for me since the main functionality works ok. Just a little annoying :)
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