Yes I can! It's about a dashboard that shows items. First I wanted to use pictures go to the item by clicking on the picture, but that didn't work. Then I used simple boxes with the same parameter as content in the box and that did work as a link.
Dashboard
{{#ask: [[...]] | format=template | template= Dashboard box }}

Dashboard box 1 (the link in this one doesn't work, it goes to the picture instead)
{{Click |image = some_image.jpg |size = 200x200px |link = {{{item}}} |title = {{{item}}} }}

Dashboard box 2 (the link in this one does work)
{| style="width:100%;height:100px" |- | style="border:2px solid #666666;text-align:center;background-color:#ff4500" | {{{item}}} |}

2009/2/18 johnmajor <john.e.major.jr@gmail.com>

Can you post an example of the query you are writing?



Ad Strack van Schijndel wrote:
>
> Hi,
> I'm having a problem that seems very simple, but I can't figure out how to
> solve it.
> When I use a template for custom output format from an #ask query, the
> first
> parameter is the result-page. When I pass this parameter to a Click
> template, the link there doesn't work because that template seems to
> expect
> a Pagename. Instead the link points to the picture.
>
> Can anyone help?
>
> Ad.
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