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On the frontend, the Image component shows a responsive optimized image with progressive loading (lazy load).

On the Admin, it allows to upload a new image, opening a modal that allows you to set the alternate text (ALT) and SEO-friendly name (for the image URL).

In order to boost performance and SEO, upon upload, React Bricks will:

  • Create responsive optimized images
  • Create the srcSet to be used on the frontend for the optimal image selection
  • Create a light blurred placeholder for the progressive loading
  • Save them on a global CDN
  • Enforce the SEO-friendly name via proper rewrite rules


Here's the Typescript interface for the props of the Image component:

interface ImageProps {
propName: string
alt: string
maxWidth?: number
noLazyLoad?: boolean
aspectRatio?: number
containerClassName?: string // Deprecated from 3.3.0
containerStyle?: object // Deprecated from 3.3.0
imageClassName?: string
imageStyle?: object
noWrapper?: boolean // Deprecated from 3.3.0
sizes?: string // New in 3.3.0
loading?: 'lazy' | 'eager' // New in 3.3.0
renderWrapper?: RenderWrapper // New in 3.3.0
useNativeLazyLoading?: boolean // New in 3.3.0
useWebP?: boolean // New in 3.3.0
metaFieldName?: 'image' // New in 3.3.0
customFieldName?: string // New in 3.3.0
interface IRenderWrapperArgs {
children: React.ReactNode
width?: number
height?: number

type RenderWrapper = (args: IRenderWrapperArgs) => React.ReactElement

Properties definition

propNameThe prop of the Brick component corresponding to this image.
altThe fallback alternate text for the image when it isn't provided via the upload modal
maxWidthThis is the maximum width in pixel at which your image will be displayed. It is used to calculate the responsive images for normal and retina displays.
The default value is 800.
noLazyLoadSet to true to avoid the lazy load behaviour. Default is false.
aspectRatioIf you set an aspect ratio, the user will have a fixed-ratio selection mask to crop the uploaded image.
imageClassNameOptional className to apply to the <img> tag.
imageStyleOptional style object to apply to the <img> tag.
sizesOptional string to set the sizes attribute on the image for responsive images serving.
loadingThe default is lazy. Optional prop to change the loading attribute on the image for native lazy loading. Usually you don't have to change the default behaviour.
renderWrapperOptional render function for the wrapper you want around the image. You have children, width and height as arguments (width and height are from the image original size, useful to calculate aspect ratio).
useNativeLazyLoadingThe default is true: if we detect browser support for native lazy loading, we don't use our lazy loading system, but we rely on the browser native one. If set to false, we always do the lazyloading with our component.
useWebPThe default is true: we create WebP images upon upload, keeping JPEG (or PNG if there is transparency) images as a fallback for browsers which don't support WebP. If set to false we don't create WebP images from the images you upload.
metaFieldNameBind the text value to a page Meta field (2-way data binding)
customFieldNameBind the text value to a page Custom field (2-way data binding)
DEPRECATEDThe following properties still work but are deprecated
containerClassNameOptional className to apply to the image container (a thin wrapper created by React Bricks).
DEPRECATED since 3.3.0: use renderWrapper instead.
containerStyleOptional style object to apply to the image container.
DEPRECATED since 3.3.0: use renderWrapper instead.
noWrapperOptional flag to avoid the wrapping <div> around the image. Default is false. When set to true, the containerClassName and containerStyle do not apply.
DEPRECATED since 3.3.0: now by default no wrapper is rendered.

Usage example

<Image propName="image" alt="Product" maxWidth="420" aspectRatio="1.33" />