Image Maps in Illustrator-Adding Links to an Object

Community Beginner ,
Oct 14, 2020

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I am having trouble locating the buttons or panel to add hyperlinks to shapes/objects. I was able to find it in the attributes panel, but I'm not seeing the option there. Anyone else having that issue or can provide guidance on where it might have moved. 

 

My use case is simply adding links to objects so that I can export as an SVG and have those items go to different websites. I've done this before, but things may have moved and I don't know where to look.

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ceyhun_akgun Adobe Community Professional , Oct 14, 2020
In Save for web panel,After mapping with the Slice Tool, double click on a map and you can make a URL link there.

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In Save for web panel,
After mapping with the Slice Tool, double click on a map and you can make a URL link there.

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Thanks for tour help! Is slicing the best way to add links? Is it now the only way? 

 

I used another method that was very similar that allowed me to click an object, open the attributes panel, and assign a URL. That method appears to be gone.

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