Internet, Networking, & Security Browsers Learn to Copy an Image's Web Address in Microsoft Edge See an image you like on the internet? Copy its URL by Heinz Tschabitscher Writer A former freelance contributor who has reviewed hundreds of email programs and services since 1997. our editorial process Heinz Tschabitscher Updated on April 30, 2020 Browsers Chrome Safari Firefox Microsoft Tweet Share Email If you want to share an image you found online, you can copy its web address. That way, you can paste it into a direct message or on social media. Here's how to copy image URLs using Microsoft Edge. Microsoft Edge is only available for Windows 10. Other versions of Windows come with Internet Explorer and support third-party browsers like Google Chrome. How to Copy an Image URL in Microsoft Edge To copy an image's web address in Microsoft Edge, right-click the image and select Copy image link. You can save image URLs in your Microsoft Edge Favorites so that you can access those images at any time. How to Find an Image URL in the Web Page Code If you don't see Copy image link in the menu, you can find the image's web address by inspecting the source code: Right-click the image and choose Inspect to open the source code. If you don't see the Inspect option, you can access a web page's source code in Edge by pressing F12 on the keyboard. Double-click the URL that appears under the src attribute for that <img> tag to highlight it, then press Ctrl+C to copy the URL. To paste an image link you copied, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V.