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👋Good day VA Community, 

I recently purchased the Canva membership, getting familiar with it. Reminds me of the Spark app which allows you to create graphics, web pages, and videos.  However, I think Canva has more flexibility with being creative.  I haven't had a chance to do the tutorials as of yet but, was wondering if there is a way to link a site to a stand-alone graphic?  For instance, I created the below graphic and wanted to link it to a blog post without making it an image that has to be included in the blog. 

 Many thanks for your feedback in advance, Angela

Plan, Prepare, Persit & Achieve..png

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Where will you be putting this graphic to have it link to a URL? And no I don't think that is possible to embed a link into an image is it @markofapproval ?  Wouldn't that be cool if you could? Maybe there's an idea in there for someone to invent LOL

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Hey @VAE_2018 sorry for the delay.

I'm not sure I fully understand what you're asking. You created that graphic, but you want to link the entire graphic, or you want to link to a link of the graphic?

You can link the image to another site or you can just link text to go to the image, but I'm not 100% certain what you're asking, so if you can clarify, I'll see how I can help.



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Good day Veronica,

Apologize for the delay response; I spent the past week indulged in the VAVS.  I'm still digesting all the information shared.

I was trying to find out if there is a way to somehow add a link to an image only when using Canva.  I wanted to be able to post the image and if you clicked on it, this would direct you to a website. 

I hope that is helpful, otherwise, we can come to closure with this topic. 

Many thanks!

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You can't add links to images using any program. It would be awesome if we could embed some code into an image that has a link automatically hooked up to it but so far we can't. The only way you can add a link to it is if you added the image to your website and then linked to it that way. Hope that makes sense. 

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Sounds like you're talking about hot spots. I suggest you google the term hot spot html. Then you can get an explanation of how to do it step by step.

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