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Good evening! I am a WebTuga customer and I have hosting services in them and they work with Nextcloud, in the files that I have there hosting if someone wants to download the files that is to download there is no way to put this image and when it is to download it just click on top of the image and is now ready for download.

Have you read my answer in another thread?

I didn’t understand what you meant. Can you be more clear in the message please.

Can you explain your issue in other words.

I can’t find this field others how do I get there

I’m sorry @maagostinho, but it is still quite unclear what you mean. If English is not your native language, may I suggest you write an (extensive) description of your problem in your mother tongue? Then someone on the forum who speaks your language can help you, or we can use automated translation…

I mean that just like in prints I receive emails from publishers to download albums. When we click as in the print where it says download it is redirected to the next page. On the next page, as in the print, when we click on the image of an external disk such as this one, the download begins.


Since I have a service with WebTuga but where I have the hosting service with them is through Nextcloud, I wanted to know if you guys can implement this image as I send you to give it a more beautiful appearance. Thanks

i still don’t quite get it. So I have a question. Do you want the image to be part of an email or do you want to display the image on a web page, for example, so that clicking on the image starts the download from Nextcloud?

Desejo exibir a imagem em uma página da Web, por exemplo, para que, clicando na imagem, inicie o download dos meus álbuns armazenadados numa conta de alojamento Nextcloud através da WebTuga onde tenho os meus serviços com eles.

Ok. You can use this code:

Share: https://cloud.server.tld/s/abcdefghijklmno
Download link: https://cloud.server.tld/s/abcdefghijklmno/download

Download link is share with add /download
Use the Download link in HTML code.

Image url: https://webserver.tld/path/to/image.png (maybe you can use relative path)

HTML code:

<a href="https://cloud.server.tld/s/abcdefghijklmno/download" download><img src="https://webserver.tld/path/to/image.png"</a>

Maybe the single (second) download is not necessary because /download maybe always uses application/octet-stream. But it doesn’t hurt either.