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 almost 10 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 almost 10 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 almost 10 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 almost 10 years ago