I am using dreamweaver as an editor.

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Click on the images and go to the Properties panel. There is an area to input Link, where you put the full web address (ie http://www.google.com). You may also want to fill in 0 where it says Border. If you can't find the Properties panel, select your image and then use Modify... Selection Properties from the top menu.

Answered about 8 years ago by Tiffany S
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If you (hopefully) decide to abandon Dreamweaver for good and get into the nitty-gritty handwritten code, you'll use anchor tags like so:

 <a href="yourlinkhere.html"><img src="yourimage.jpg" alt="description of image" /></a>

Learn everything you need to know about handwritten HTML at http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp

You'll be surprised at how much better control you have over your code and content!

Answered about 8 years ago by elitesouth
  • Abandoning Dreamweaver isn't necessary... just as long as you know HTML as well... Dreamweaver is handy for situations where you're working with CSS and need to know how it looks w/o a server on hand. Birid about 8 years ago
  • Abandoning Dreamweaver isn't necesarry, but its recommended. Who needs such a overloaded Application just to code websites? try Coda, or even Komodo Edit, it's free and there's a FTP Client right build in! Marcel about 8 years ago