Add Link to Image
You can turn an image into a link by using the
The link attribute on a block or image macro acts as though the image is wrapped in a link macro.
While it’s possible to wrap an inline image macro in a link macro, that combination is not well supported and may introduce subtle parsing problems.
Therefore, you should use the
link attribute on the image macro instead.
The value of the
link attribute is akin to the target of the link macro.
It can point to any URL or relative path.
For a block image macro, the
link attribute can be added to the block attribute line above the macro or inside the contents of the macro.
For an inline macro, the
link attribute must be added inside the contents of the macro.
When using the
link attribute, you can also use the same controls supported by the link macro to control how the link is constructed.
Those controls are as follows:
windowattribute - instructs the browser to open the link in the specified named window
nofollowoption - instructs search engines to not follow the link
noopeneroption - instructs the browser to navigate to the target without granting the new browsing context access to the original document
When the value of
window attribute is _blank, the
noopener option is automatically enabled.
Here’s an example that shows how to use these controls.
Refer to the Target a separate window section in the link macro documentation for more information about how these link controls work.