Forum: Ruby on Rails RE:How do I wrap a <%= link to %> around an image?

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Bharat A. (Guest)
on 2006-06-06 11:22
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>  <%= link_to(image_tag("../../images/photos/photo.photogroup/TN_
> <img src="../../images/photos/<%= photo.photogroup %>/TN_<%=
> photo.photogroup %><%= photo.filenumber %>.jpg" alt="<%=
> photo.description %>">
> Which works well, except that the best I can have with this is a text
> link NEXT to an image, when what I really want is the image to BE the
> link.

Well from the code sample it looks like u need some string formatting.
Try doing

 <%= link_to(image_tag("../../images/photos/#{photo.photogroup}/TN_
#{photo.photogroup) #{photo.filenumber}.jpg"), "")

This should see u through.

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