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Making an image a link - classic Google Sites

Many classic Google Sites users want to know how to make an image a link in classic Google Sites. Learn how to remove and edit the link on an image with these instructions.

For new Google Sites see these instructions: Making an image a link - new Google Sites


Remove Default Automatic Link to Image

Make an Image a Link

Remove a Link from an Image

If you want to make an image already on the page a link the easiest way to do this is to remove the image and re-insert it, so you can follow the steps above in Make an Image a Link.

Code Instructions

Only use these instructions if you want to hand code the link in HTML

See the examples on the right to see specifically how it's done done.

Option Boxes

Image Option Box

Image Options Box in classic Google Sites

Code Examples

Inserted Image

HTML code for it is:

<a href="" imageanchor="1"><img src="" border="0"></a>

Change the

<a href="" imageanchor="1">


<a href="">

Linked Image with Title

To add the title to the link and alternative text to the image you should produce something like:

<a href="" title="Google Sites - free websites and wikis"><img src="" border="0" alt="Google Sites"></a>

Just the image, no link

To remove the link from the image you should remove the highlighted code:

<a href="" imageanchor="1"><img src="" border="0"></a>

So you're left with:

<img src="" border="0">

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