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    Add Custom Image Attribute To Category In Magento 2

    Add Custom Image Attribute To Category In Magento 2 – Here I’m going to explain you how to add custom image attribute to category.


    Create a InstallData.php file on location vendor\Module\Setup



    Create a category_form.xml file on location vendor\Module\view\adminhtml\ui_component


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    Add below code in Vendor/Module/etc/di.xml


    Create Upload.php file on location Vendor/Module/Controller/Adminhtml/Category/Image


    Then at last step create DataProvider.php file on location Vendor\Module\Model\Category


    In this way we can add image attribute to category. Thanks…

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  • Samir
    can you provide route.xml code?
  • Mprasad
    How to create category multislect attribute with search box
  • Eran Greenwald
    Thank you for this post, it helped me a lot.
    When i upload an image i get 404 on this url:
    How can i fix this.

    Thanks 🙂

    • Huy Tran
      Just try add routes.xml into di/adminhtml.
      Replace module with your routes frontName.
      Your dir will separate with “_”: if your dir is Adminhtml/Category/Imageabc/Upload.php -> category_imageabc/upload
  • Sony
    Hi Rani,
    What was the Magento version when you did this tutorial ?
    I followed your steps on a Magento version 2.3 , but no luck.

    Actually all is working fine, except that the image is not saved.
    I think that we need to specify a custom backend source image which extends the native.

    • Rani Priya (Moderator)
      Hi Sony,

      Do you have created route for adminhtml? I mean etc/adminhtml/routes.xml file

      • Sony
        Hi yeah, i created the route. Weirdly it works now, do not know what change i made. But it seems working now, and at the end i used the native magento for the backend model ‘Magento\Catalog\Model\Category\Attribute\Backend\Image’, i did not need to create a custom backend model. Thanks ! 😉
  • Akshay
    Can you please explain.
    How to fetch this image in image src in frontend?
  • KW
    How do I install the module?
  • Fanboy
    A really good tutorial – could you add the part about creating the admin route so that this url part works.

  • sumeet
    Thanks,It is working fine.

    Thank you so much.

    • KW
      How do i enable or install the module after following the steps? Thanks!
      • Tom
        Run the “php bin/magento setup:upgrade” command 🙂
        • BilsTech
          php bin/magento cache:clear
  • Orvin Olson
    Not working,
    why you always not fill the full information ?
    getting this error – customcategorybannerimage/category_image/upload/key/a26831343598a8889c6c149f2976140ece250c41d2d4927c90117fd5a74bfab0/?isAjax=true

    and we know you not accept our comment

    • Rani Priya (Moderator)
      Hi Orvin,

      Hope it’s working fine at your end as well.

      In case if you will face any other issue then comment below we will surely help you.

  • Daniel Bello
    Hello, good job.
    How can we show this attribute on front end?
    • Rani Priya (Moderator)
      Hi Daniel,

      Please follow below steps in order to get image url at frontend.
      careate instance of class Magento\Catalog\Model\CategoryRepository
      then get category model by calling get method like
      $category = $categoryRepository->get($categoryId, $storeId);
      $imageUrl = “magento_media_url_path”.”catalog/category/”.$category->getCustomImage();
      And then you can use this $imageUrl in your custom category page or as per your design.


      • Karol
        any chance you write more specific in frontend part ? i cannot make this working ;(
        • Simon
          $this->_storeManager->getStore()->getBaseUrl(UrlInterface::URL_TYPE_MEDIA) . ‘catalog/category/’ . $category->getData(‘custom_image’);
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