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I added Hero web part in modern SharePoint online page and added some pictures in tiles.

Issue is that the pictures has to have a link.

But, I don't want to have links and just want to display the pictures. I tried using "#" but the system is not accepting.

How to achieve this?

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Well, you're almost there actually with #. Just don't put plain #. Edit your specific Hero image, select "From a Link", copy the address bar your current page URL removing all additional query strings, and then add #. enter image description here

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If you only want to display pictures, just try to use the image gallery web part.

Have a try with it:https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/use-the-image-gallery-web-part-bbcbe560-14a7-4369-8ef5-3255845e3bfd

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If you are using you have to add a link to a document or page or Image. there is no out of the box to remove it.

Instead of using Hero webpart, you can use Image Gallery webpart in SharePoint Online. But you will not get the exact look and feel as of Hero webpart.

In Image gallery webpart, you will get 3 different layouts:

  • Brick
  • Grid
  • Carousel

Also, you can choose to show the static/selected images or you can dynamically display images from a document library.

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Microsoft official documentation: Use the Image Gallery web part

If you want the exact look and feel then you have to develop the custom webpart using SharePoint Framework.

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  • In worst case you have to provide the link to same page. It will not redirect user to another pages/link but it will refresh the same page. – Ganesh Sanap Nov 12 '20 at 8:30
  • Hi @Rajana, Does this answer your question? If Yes, Please Upvote(^) and accept as an Answer as it will help others with same problem in future. If you have any doubt please ask here. – Ganesh Sanap Nov 24 '20 at 15:29

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