How to set a default image for content types in Drupal 7
When working with content types in Drupal 7 and you decide to add an image, a preview of that image will show in the editor area after you link it to your page. This preview can be sized differently, depending on your content type. This means you have the ability to set the preview for a specific size and it will appear that way in all pages for that specific content type. For example, all Articles will display the preview the same way, all Basic pages the same, etc.
This is a setting that is only for the user creating the page and will not display anything any differently for site visitors. Setting the Image Preview Style in Drupal 7 can be done by following the steps below.
Setting the Image Preview Style in Drupal 7
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