I'm setting up templates & processes to prepare our documentation on the server for delivery in the exported HTML format.
When viewing the page on the server in Confluence I can click on images & be taken to their source, but in the export there is no link.
How does confluence handle these links if they aren't in the exported HTML? Does it use the data-image-src tag somehow? My export looks like this;
<p><img class="confluence-embedded-image" src="attachments/1179860/1310774.png" data-image-src="attachments/1179860/1310774.png"></p>
If it helps I have a demo available; http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3755926/cssTricks/main.html
If I understand your question correctly, the thing that makes images "clickable" is the anchor tag. I recommend to compare the DOM between your display and export template, and add the anchor tags to your export as well, making the images clickable.
Yeah I was about to setup a bit of jQuery to bind things together & create the link that way, but I wasn't sure if you could do something with the editor to get confluence and/or the export process to do this for you to save me the job.
Do you know what I need to search the docs for on editing the export? I've found docs on customising the PDF export, but not HTML. I'm not sure if I have access to that at the moment, but its something I have been wanting to look at. Thanks :)
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