The primary image exhibit is usually visible in the person page entry. Use this User Item to add a primary image exhibit to a custom page.
GedSite includes the Person Image User Item to allow showing someone's primary image exhibit on a custom Page. To show the primary image exhibit in the person entry, see the Person Exhibits Person Entry Item.
Image Section Properties
The Title property identifies the User Item in the User Items list. The Title has no other purpose for this User Item.
Specify the ID number of the person whose primary image exhibit should be added to the page.
Use the Picklist button to open the Picklist, a dialog window where you can select a person by name. If you use the Picklist button, GedSite will set the ID to the selected person's ID number.
If Add Reference is checked, GedSite will add a link-type reference to the linked person. The reference will will create a link to the page where this image appears.
The Alignment pull-down menu controls whether the image appears inline, floats left, is centered, or floats right. When floated left or right, any subsequent content will flow around the picture on the opposite side.
The Class textbox allows you to specify the name of a CSS class that will be added to the image's container. You may use the class in the selector of a User Style to customize the appearance of any Person Image User Items with the specified class name.
When Show Lightbox is checked, which is the default, the image will include the Lightbox buttons.
Thumbnail Section Properties
If the Option property is set to "Thumbnail", GedSite will make a reduced-size version of the image and insert the reduced size image on the page. The Width and Height properties determine the maximum dimensions of the reduced-size image. If the Width and Height properties are larger than the Width and Height of the image, the image will not be enlarged.
When GedSite creates a thumbnail image, the thumbnail will have the same aspect ratio as the original image.
The Width property determines the maximum width of the reduced-size version of the image.
The Height property determines the maximum height of the reduced-size version of the image.