Thank you for bringing this to the community! Each text-link, button, or image can only go to a single target. So the short answer to your question is "no". If you split the image into multiple different images, then you could have different image blocks linked separately, but you'd have to be careful with how and where you were cropping the images, to make sure that there weren't any display issues on mobile devices.
You can try splitting your image through our crop feature! If you upload multiple copies of the same image, each image can be cropped to show a specific and different section.
I have cropped my image into two and placed each half image into different blocks so I can link each block to a different link. However, there is a white gap between the half images, so it is not appearing as a single image like I want. (I made sure there is no divider line in between the boxes.)
To further complicate the situation, in the CC editor, it appears to look like one cohesive image, but when I send a test to myself, the white gap appears.
Thanks in advance for your assistance.
Hello @drurylane ,
It's possible that there's an artifact in the old Legacy template you're using, that's causing the slight disconnect between the two halves of the picture. You may need to completely purge the coding from the next copy of your Legacy template, and then try inserting the two halves of the image.
If this issue is occurring in the current email editor, then it's more likely that your email client is automatically adding separation between the two images. It may be easier to simply include button links in the email, or make the image a clickable to a corresponding PDF version, where multiple links could be maintained.