Thanks for the reply which does not seem to be what I want.,
although I may be misunderstanding you.
I have a page called MAIN TANK.html and have added a link to the page called EQUIPMENT.html as follows
<A HREF="EQUIPMENT.html">closed loop<A>
This link takes me to the page Equipment but not to the specific image "closed loop" which is one of many images on that page. I want the link to go directly to the image concerned to save the reader having to scroll through a whole page and losing interest.
First of all, it's considered a good habit to give all of your HTML pages names in lower case.
Second, create a anchor by where you want the link to go to, ie <a name="closedloop"><img src="closedloop.jpg" alt=""> When you want to link to that specific area, use this as the link <a href="equipment.html#closedloop">Closed Loop</a>
Just after I posted, I thought what I typed was incorrect, or at least slightly wrong. I didn't have time to double check it. When I tried to do something like it before it didn't work. A book showed it as how I posted it, and it worked. Granted it was the name attribute. I'll see if it works with the id one instead.