Changing the max number of images allowed in Drupal 7
When working with images, Drupal 7 stores those that are uploaded in a specific folder. This folder varies with different content types. With the Article content type, the Image field is enabled by default. The default image folder is set to /sites/default/files/styles/large/public/field/image/. Fields added for other content types such as the Basic Pages and Blog Entry have a default image location of /sites/default/files/.
Perhaps you want to have all Basic Pages have images stored under a separate folder named 'pages' and Blog Entry images stored under a folder named 'blog'. Drupal 7 allows you to add subdirectories to the default storage area for the image field for each content type. To see how to store images in a specific subfolder in Drupal 7, simply follow the instructions below.
How to store images in a subdirectory in Drupal 7
‹Section 7: Changing the max number of images allowed in Drupal 7
›Section 9: How to create an image preview style in Drupal 7
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