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How do I link an image?

Last updated: January 25, 2017

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There are a few different ways to create a linked image (an image that, when clicked, takes the visitor to a different URL) on your HubSpot pages and in emails. Below, you can find steps for linking an image in a Rich Text module and in an Image module.

Rich Text module

To create a linked image in your HubSpot hosted content in a Rich Text module:

  • In your HubSpot Marketing account, navigate to ContentWebsite PagesLanding Pages, Blog or Email (note: it is not possible to add a linked image to posts in the Social tool). 
  • Hover over the page, post, or email and click Edit.
  • In the content editor, locate the Rich Text module in which you'd like to insert your image. 
  • Place your cursor where you'd like to insert the image in your text.
  •  Click the Insert dropdown in the edit toolbar and select Insert/edit image 
User-added image
  • In the File Manager dialog box, find and select your image, then click the Use image button to insert it.
  • Click the image in the editor to highlight it, then click the Insert/edit link icon in the toolbar.
User-added image
  • In the Add a link popup, enter the Link URL or select one of your existing website pages from the Your pages dropdown.
  • Click Add link.

  • Click Update or Publish (or send your email) to take your changes live.

User-added image

Image module

To create a linked image in your HubSpot hosted content in an image module:

  • In your HubSpot Marketing account, navigate to ContentWebsite PagesLanding Pages, Blog or Email (note: it is not possible to add a linked image to posts in the Social tool). 
  • In the content editor, locate and click the Image module that you'd like to link to another URL
  • In the left-hand pane, scroll to the Link URL section and enter the full destination URL.
  • Click Save and go to module list.
  • Click Update or Publish (or send your email) to take your changes live.

 

If you're trying to create a Call-to-action (CTA) with a custom image, you can find instructions here

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