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How do I make an Image that links to another page?

  1. thedreamseekerphotography
    Member

    How do I make an Image that links to another page?. Basically, a clickable Image that take you to another page, Instead of just a worded link.

  2. That is very difficult to do. You basically have to find an image connected to a link already. You save it as always, and put it on a post. You can't put your own link on an image, that I know of.

  3. You will have to use a text widget for that, but it isn't difficult really.

    http://en.support.wordpress.com/widgets/text-widget/
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/links/text-widget-links/

  4. Or are you talking about an image link from within a page such as the gallery page you referenced in the other thread?

    If from within a page, then you upload the image and then in the insert image window, you put the URL of the other page into the "file URL" field, make the other settings (size, alignment, etc., and then click the "insert image" button.

  5. Difficult for me!

  6. Once you've done it a time or two, it is quite easy.

  7. thedreamseekerphotography
    Member

    Thank you very much. I really mean It. I played about with your Instructions, and now I completely understand what needs to be done.

    Thank you again!.

    Regards,
    Ji Yeon

  8. You're welcome.

  9. @alilovesloki,

    Please don't continue to post information about how to make technical functions work if you don't have an accurate answer! You don't want to become a spam commenter here in these forums: If you don't know how to do something, then mark the thread as one of your favorites and check back to see what a correct answer would teach you.

    For example:

    That is very difficult to do

    with your following inaccurate and un-helpful information following that statement—
    http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/how-do-i-make-an-image-that-links-to-another-page?replies=7#post-529612

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