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skullbonz is correct.  Paint.NET does not add URLs to images because an image cannot inherently hold a URL.  If you're using a GUI image editor, you should just be able to select the picture and click the "hyperlink" button, just as if you were adding the link to text.  If you're editing the HTML directly, the HTML should look something like this:

<a href=" target url here "> <img src=" image url here " /> </a>

Simple as that!


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If you are making a banner, then make one. That is what artists do.

It has been pointed out that images cannot carry URLs so it is the job of the web guy to add the URL to your finished image within the HTML (or whatever) code that makes up the web page.

If the company has hired you to add images and URLs to their website you have no right claiming you can do so or touching their code without at least a basic knowledge of HTML.

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