image wiki application

Dear all, 

How can we add wiki code for image used? And we would like to add hyperlink for these images. Would it be possible to use wiki language to do it ? Thank you.

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For embedding an image, you can attach a file and use the !<filename> notation to access it.

Not sure what you mean by "add hyperlink", but I'd start by trying placing a Confluence link macro on the page and give it an embedded image as the body of the text.

You can also use the Insert markup:

&lt;a href="[targetPage]" target="_blank"&gt;
&lt;img src="/download/attachments/[pageId]/[imageName]" alt="[optionalAltText]"&gt;&lt;/a&gt;

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