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Hello!

I reached out to Squarespace via Live Chat to try and get a workaround for my issue. Basically, I have a list of inventory using the auto-layout feature so that when I remove a vehicle from inventory, it automatically adjusts the layout and fills the now missing gap. However, when I have received feedback from my business owners and clients saying they want to be able to click on the image to jump to the cars individual page in addition to being able to click on the "View Car" button. I have included an attachment showing what image and button i'm referring to. 

 

Squarespace says I need to use a gallery to achieve this but the gallery does not allow me to add a button under the description like the auto-layout section does. 

WHAT I NEED: 

I need help with adding code to my website to be able to add a clickthrough URL to the images so that clients can click on the image and the button to access the vehicles page.

Please let me know any thoughts or ideas on how to achieve this. Thank you all in advance!

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