How to create an image preview style in Drupal 7
When you have specific content types such as Articles, Basic Pages, Blog Entries, etc. you may want to give some uniformity to specific types. Maybe you want to have all Articles include your logo as a default image. Drupal 7 has a setting that allows a default image that will appear automatically if another specific image is not set. Follow the instructions below to learn how to set a default image for specific content types in Drupal 7.
Setting default images for content in Drupal 7
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