Use Linklabel image to get onclick event with out any text

I have an linklabel in C# winforms. It has no text but it has an image as background. Is there any way i can use the image as hyperlink to trigger the onclick event?

I have searched a lot and all i could find was only text manipulations (like put the text to transparent..etc). Is there a way around without actually using text? Also if i can get a tooltip for linklabel.. it will be more helpful.

I hope this question is not too mainstream(i am new to C#).


You can use button with a image in it and make its properties as FlatStyle:Flat to give a look as ImageLink or else use PictureBox and To show Tooltip, you can use Tooltip tool which invokes a new property in button or PictureBox.

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