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DarrenC
12-13-2008, 10:49 AM
Hello all

Using tables, I have inserted an image in a cell, using 'cell properties' but there is no apparent way to link that image.

Does anyone know if there is a way?

Here is the link http://www.cleaner-image.co.uk/ and the images I am talking about are the 'add to basket' ones.

Thanks in advance

Darren

Collectors-info
12-13-2008, 12:58 PM
Not much help for you! But would this be more a case of linking to a form if its a cart button. ? . A html link can be done, but i am not quite sure this is what you are after?

DarrenC
12-13-2008, 01:54 PM
Not much help for you! But would this be more a case of linking to a form if its a cart button. ? . A html link can be done, but i am not quite sure this is what you are after?

Thanks for taking a look Chris.

I just want to create a link on these buttons which takes my customers to my shopping cart. This is possible in any other way, but it seems that although you can lock an image into a cell, the trade off is you can't link from it.

Never mind I'll probably put a transparent image over the top(s), and link from that or move those images to outside the table and pull my hair out trying to line them up.

I was just hoping for an easier way.

Darren

Collectors-info
12-13-2008, 02:38 PM
I can only think of doing it with some code in the cell's html area like placing this type of thing in the between the "inside tag" area of the cell.

<a href="http://www.cleaner-image.co.uk"><img src="http://www.cleaner-image.co.uk/images/add_to_cart.gif"alt="your image discription"border="0"style="width:102px;height:16px;"

DarrenC
12-13-2008, 10:39 PM
I can only think of doing it with some code in the cell's html area like placing this type of thing in the between the "inside tag" area of the cell.

<a href="http://www.cleaner-image.co.uk"><img src="http://www.cleaner-image.co.uk/images/add_to_cart.gif"alt="your image discription"border="0"style="width:102px;height:16px;"

Thanks Chris, I'll take a look at that.