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==== See also ====
 
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* [wikipedia:Template:Click Template:Click on wikipedia] where we got this from.
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* [wikipedia:Template:Click|Template:Click on wikipedia] where we got this from.
 
* [[Mediazilla:539|<span title="ASSIGNED: Allow images that link somewhere other than the image page">Bug 539</span>]] - Feature request to allow linked images without nasty CSS.
 
* [[Mediazilla:539|<span title="ASSIGNED: Allow images that link somewhere other than the image page">Bug 539</span>]] - Feature request to allow linked images without nasty CSS.
  
  
 
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Revision as of 19:15, 8 March 2007

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Usage: {{Click | image=myimage.png | link=PageName | width=10px | height=10px}}

This template attempts to superimpose an invisible link on an image, such that clicking on the image does not take you to the image description page (normal behaviour).

It's useful for small icons/logos which are representative of an article, and which a user might click on expecting to be taken to that article. It's use should minimised because of the following problems.

Problems

It doesn't work in text-only browsers, and in screen readers for the disabled, and possibly other situations. The technique of using CSS to change page content also completely breaks an article's web accessibility by contravening a WAI priority-one checkpoint.[1]

See also

  • [wikipedia:Template:Click|Template:Click on wikipedia] where we got this from.
  • Bug 539 - Feature request to allow linked images without nasty CSS.


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