Adding links to images that you place in your "custom widget" to make them 'clickable' is a neat little trick to make your site look that little bit fancier and provide clear calls to action.

You can find the instructions on how to make an image 'clickable' in a custom widget here. The instructions below are a step-by-step guide on how to obtain the link to the photo - you will need to do this first.

Depending on your browser, there are different steps you need to take

Internet Explorer

  1. Go into the information section of the project where you have uploaded your photo.
  2. Right click on the photo
  3. This will produce a long list of options. At the very bottom you will see 'Properties'. Left click on this.
  4. Now a separate window opens (see picture below). In here, there is a field that says 'Address (URL)'. This is the address you need. Copy the entire address from here. It is quite long and will begin with http://s3-ap-southeast...
  5. Now you have obtained the correct link and you can paste this into your custom widget.

Google Chrome

  1. Go into the information section of the project where you have uploaded your photo.
  2. Right click on the photo and select 'Copy Image URL'.
  3. Now you have obtained the correct URL and you can paste this into your custom widget.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Go into the information section of the project where you have uploaded your photo.
  2. Right click on the photo and select 'Copy Image Location'.
  3. Now you have obtained the correct URL and you can paste this into your custom widget.

Opera

  1. Go into the information section of the project where you have uploaded your photo.
  2. Right click on the photo and select 'Copy image address'.
  3. Now you have obtained the correct URL and you can paste this into your custom widget.

Safari

  1. Go into the information section of the project where you have uploaded your photo.
  2. Right click on the photo and select 'Copy image address'.
  3. Now you have obtained the correct URL and you can paste this into your custom widget.
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