Enabling the image field for content types in Drupal 8
When you are working with specific content types, particularly custom ones, you may want to ensure a level of uniformity even when some parts are missing. For example, if you have a content type that includes images, you want to keep the continuity, even if some pages will not have specific images. In cases like this you may want to set a default image for the content type. This way the default image will hold the place of a specific image and the node will not look different. This guide will help you in setting up a default image for a content type in your Drupal 8 site.
|Image||This field is where you will upload the image you wish to be your default. Simply click the Browse button to select an image from your local machine.|
|Alternate Text||This is for traditionally used to indicate the image in cases of users viewing the site with a text-only editor or if the image does not display for some reason.|
|Title||This text will display if the user hovers their mouse over the image.|
›Section 2: Enabling the image field for content types in Drupal 8
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|1.||Creating a default image for content types in Drupal 8|
|2.||Enabling the image field for content types in Drupal 8|
|3.||Adjusting the image types allowed in Drupal 8|
|4.||Setting max and min upload sizes for images in Drupal 8|
|5.||Setting max file upload size in Drupal 8|
|6.||Adding a subfolder to image upload directories in Drupal 8|