I see that it is possible to add an image src to a popup by adding to the description field like this:

{{http://domain.com/image.jpg}}

but I don't see how to add an a href link to that image.

Is that possible or should I add a feature request ?

asked 16 Mar '15, 02:01

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edited 16 Mar '15, 02:03


Hi ! It's late to answer but i've got the same question and didn't find en answer anywhere. So I tried many possibilities and got the good one :

[[http://www.mylink.com|{{http://imageurl.png|width}}]]

enjoy !

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answered 13 Nov '16, 17:41

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edited 13 Nov '16, 22:27

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Correct. :)

(14 Nov '16, 00:43) timoto
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