link an image to a url

Hello,

I have a image on my confluence page and I want to link that same image to a website address ( a URL).

Can someone tell me how I can do that?? Thanks.

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Easy! Select the image, click Link that will appear below it, select Web link, enter the URL.

Sorry, I am using an older version of confluence right now. Am going to upgrade very soon. Can you give me the wiki-markup code on how to link an image to a URL?? Thanks.

Hmmm, maybe not so easy. If your version allows you to View Storage Format (which must be enabled by an Administrator), you can add <a href="http://website.com">; in front of <ac:image ac:height="250"><ri:attachment ri:filename="graphic.png" /></ac:image>.

Actually it is fairly easy. Insert Markup [!graphic.png!|http://website.com] Mind the [ ]s, !s and |.

Thank you very much it worked.

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