These options only apply to the contact views.
|Picture||Decide to show the contact picture or not|
|Origin||From which parameter the picture is coming from.
|Default picture||The picture to show when the individual contact picture is missing
New v4.4 if setting 'high resolution' to 'Yes' and 'process pictures' is set to 'No', provide a high resolution image (see the 'high resolution' parameter for details)
|Picture alignment||The picture alignment, related to the text
|Picture width||The width all contact pictures will have (in pixels)|
|Picture height||The height all contact pictures will have (in pixels)|
|Background color||The color of the picture’s background and the borders|
|Border width||The border around the picture (in pixels)|
|Border radius||The radius for the corners of the picture|
|Shadow||Add a shadow to the picture|
|Modified in v3.0
|A CSS3 transition to apply to the picture. The picture can be rotated slightly to the left or the right.
|Scaling||Shrink the picture for a perfect fit inside its container (especially if the picture is rotated). Set a value from 0.7 to 1|
|High resolution||Use/create a high resolution image that will be twice the width and height of the original picture to be visible on high pixel ratio screens (like Retina displays).
When processing the pictures through the extension, the high resolution image is created automatically.
Warning If you are not processing the pictures through the extension, you need to provide high resolution images manually. High resolution images are twice the size of the original and their file name ends with
|Process pictures||Will resize/crop/filter the original picture in order to fit the specified width and height. Otherwise will show the original picture, resized, without any processing.
New v4.4 WebP image file format support: when processed, fallback images are created (needs PHP 7.1 minimum). When keeping originals, provide a fallback image with a .jpg or .png extension.
|Filter||A filter to apply to the processed pictures. It is possible to combine 2 filters for more complexe effects (example: select Grayscale and Sketch for a black and white sketch picture)
|Picture quality||The image compression (0 to 100) for jpg, png and webp files.
0 has worse quality but smallest file size, 100 has best quality but bigger file size. Usually, a quality of 60 gets the best trade-off between picture quality and file size.
The PHP GD extension
php_gd2 is required for the creation of image thumbnails. Make sure this extension is available on your service provider's server. The module will detect this automatically.