How to change the picture upload directory in Drupal 7
If you did not turn off the user picture ability, you may want to set a default picture for those users who are not using their own custom image. This helps maintain consistency and can even be used for branding. Editing the default picture in Drupal 7 can be done simply by using the following instructions.
Editing the default user picture in Drupal 7.
This is how you edit the default user picture in Drupal 7.
‹Section 7: How to change the picture upload directory in Drupal 7
›Section 9: How to change the user image display style in Drupal 7
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