The trick here is the combination of the HTML code.
By default, WordPress will add a link to an image that is inserted automatically, so that the image opens in a new window, when it is clicked.
To prevent this, and have the link go to a specific URL, you will need to make a small change when inserting the image from the Media Library. So, when selecting the image from the Media Library, and before clicking the button “Insert into Post”, you will see a field “Link URL”. That is where you have to enter the desired URL for the link.
The other solution would be to simply replace the wrong URL with the correct one in the HTML code in the cell. The “Advanced editor” can indeed be helpful with that, as it shows the cell content in a bigger textfield.
At first: thank you very much for your immediate response and your perfect solution.
At second, please excuse me for my fpr my very late response.
I changend the necessary codes in the “Advances editor” and now all links are correct, as you see in http://chcb.schlaepfer.com/
Thank you very much for your effort.
Unfortunately there are unwanted margins and paddings between the cells and rows, so that the images appeaers not in one compact block.
I tryed to set all targed values to zero in the CUSTOM CSS textarea in the Plugin options (see subjaent, but without any effect to eliminate the gaps. What I had do wrong ?
You will then still see small white margins around the images (not all of them), but those are already in the images (some Gaussian filter on the edges, I assume). You will have to remove those in the graphics themselves.
Vour are great !
Thank you very much for your special efforts; i have inserted your codes and the result ist superb. The small white lines in the images are really in the images, because i would see, what’s for a result is this giving. This project is planed to do it and if can really realised this webpage i will you donate for your effort.
It’s very enjoy to work together with you.