Link Referenced Images

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Kit

05 Apr, 2016 09:18 PM

Hi

To create an inline image, we can use:
![Alt](/image.png "Title")

To create a reference image, we can use:
![Alt][1]
[1]: /image.png "Title"

To create an inline linked image, we can use:
[![alt text](/image.png)](http://example.com/ "Title"

But can we add a link to a reference image?
![Alt][1]
[1]: ??????????????

Thanks

Kit

  1. 1 Posted by Kit on 05 Apr, 2016 09:47 PM

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    To create an inline linked image, we can use:
    [![alt text](/image.png)](http://example.com/ "Title"

    SHOULD READ

    To create an inline linked image, we can use:
    [![alt text](/image.png)](http://example.com/ "Title")

  2. 2 Posted by Kit on 07 Apr, 2016 02:23 PM

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    You can use the following syntax:

    [![Alt Text][imagename]][linkname]

    [imagename]: image.png "Image Title"

    [linkname]: http://example.com "Link Title"

  3. Fletcher closed this discussion on 13 Oct, 2017 02:01 PM.

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