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When you want to style the image HTML element, you'd want to do this with CSS class names. You can set a class attribute by applying a "class" value as a string. By default, the image will have no class names applied. Once you set a value, be sure it's a string and nothing else (no array, or boolean or whatnot).
Whenever you only want the source (src) of the image outputted, for whatever reason, you can use this option. It will print out the full path to the image.
Set its value to true or false. By default, it's set to false, which means it will output an image as expected.
If you want to display an image by a created thumbnail, you can add it's handle in orde to output the source of that specific thumbnail (width/height and eventual cropping). Pass only strings as a value. By default, no thumbnail handle is used (so full source path of image is being used).
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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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