Wiki markup to wrap an image with an anchor tag

Hello!

I'm trying to wrap an image with a link i.e. so clicking the image will open the link, as per:

Example

How do I do that with Wiki markup in Confluence?

Cheers,

Steve

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  1. Click "Insert" => "Image" in the editor toolbar and insert your image
  2. Select the image and click "link" in the property panel
  3. Click the "Advanced" tab and insert your link with anker into the "link" text input

See Working with Anchors for more information.

Not working for me unfortunately. When I click link on the property panel, I don't see an "Advanced" tab.

Could you provide the actual wiki markup these steps generated for you?

Yep, another way would be to click "Insert" => "Wiki Markup" and then insert the following wiki markup:

[!your_attached_image.jpg!|Testpage#anchorname]

Hope this helps

Thanks, worked a charm! :)

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