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Image Links

You can make an image into a link, too. Buttons and navigation arrows are obvious examples, but you can make any image point to anything on the Web.

To make an image link:

1.
With your page open in the Document window, select the image you want to make into a link by clicking on it (Figure 6.15).

Figure 6.15. Select the image you want to make into a link.


2.
If necessary, display the Property inspector (Window > Properties).

3.
In the Link text box, type (or paste) the location of the document to which you want to link (Figure 6.16).

Figure 6.16. Type or paste the URL in the Property inspector, or click on the Browse button to choose a file.


or

Click on the Link browse button and select the local file to which you want to link. See Making Relative Links if you need help with the details.

Make sure you click on the Link browse button, instead of the similar button next to the Image Src text box above it, which will ask you to choose an image.

4.
Press Enter (Return), or click on the Apply button.

Your image will be linked, and you can add a link border to it (Figure 6.17).

Figure 6.17. After you specify the link in your Property inspector, you can add a border to your image, if you like.



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