Sometimes you'd want to only output the source (src) of a file, for referencing where a file is located maybe. You can do that by using the "output_src_only" key and set it to true.
You can set a class on the anchor of the image, when NOT chosen for outputting only the source (src) of the image.
The value has to be a string and can contain multiple class names. By default, no class names are added to the anchor.
In case of wanting to open your anchor in a new tab for example, you can set the "target" of the anchor. You can pass any string, but adviced is to use one of the following (valid HTML values):
|Opens the linked document in a new window or tab
|Opens the linked document in the same frame as it was clicked (this is default)
|Opens the linked document in the parent frame
|Opens the linked document in the full body of the window
By default, no target attribute is applied to the anchor and therefore will open in the same frame as it was clicked.
If you don't like the default "Choose Image" for chosing an image, you can decide to add your own text instead. Like "Choose Logo" or "Your Logo" or whatever you'd like to have it read. As long as you pass a string as value, it's all good (you may still use the translate function to have it as a multilingual string)!
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