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How to turn an image in my email campaign into a clickable link?

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How to turn an image in my email campaign into a clickable link?



I'm creating a new email campaign and have a quick question. I have a great image that I inserted into the top of email as a logo of sorts. I would like to make it so that the reader can just click anywhere on the image and go to our website. I'd rather not have any other text in there except for our logo. Is there any way to do this?


Here is the code that comes up when I click on html.


<table id="textEdit" style="display: table;" width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0">
      <td class="MainText Image" data-gcf-font-size="10pt" valign="top" align="center">
        <div><br><img style="display: block; height: auto !important; max-width: 100% !important;" name="ACCOUNT.IMAGE.120" src="" width="467" vspace="0" hspace="0" height="122" border="0"></div>


Thank you

CTCT Employee

Re: How to turn an image in my email campaign into a clickable link?

Hello @AlanK6


That is a great question! In order to turn your logo into a clickable link, you will not actually have to use HTML code. Instead when you are in the edit mode for the block that has your image in it, hover your mouse over the image. 


This will make a gear box appear in the top right hand corner of your logo.




Click on the gear and then the option for "Change." 



That will make a new window appear and in the bottom left hand corner there will be a box that says, "Make a clickable link." Simply insert your URL and click on the yellow insert to make your logo clickable. 



Brittany W
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