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How Can I make a link web part with a image where any user can click an Image and it directs him to a different page
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Upload the image into an Image Library
Copy the URL of the image
Add a Content Editor Web Part to the page
Add the image via an HTML <img> tag, with the URL of the hosted image in the URL
Wrap the <img> tag with an HTML <a> anchor/link tag, with the desired link in the href

Simple HTML example below
<a href="http://www.microsoft.com"><img src="http://ec.atdmt.com/b/NMMRTSHARPCU/MSCOM_Ad_GA_Music_Q3_180X150.jpg"></a>

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Clarification - you should add the HTML to the "Source" of the Content Editor Web Part
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thanks
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