Typically in a D2W application in order to display a boolean field/attribute as an image one would need to use a special component, D2WDisplayBoolean, or another similar but custom component.
In Diva look, that's no longer the case.

In ERDivaLookExample, the property isDirector is displayed with CSS + rules:

Standard CSS image replacement techniques are used here to display an image for checked and unchecked values.

In order to do this another new D2W key was introduced: class.
You use a dynamic D2W assignment for the class, so that checked values may be styled differently from unchecked values.





entity.name = 'Talent' and task = 'list' and propertyKey = 'isDirector'




Note: the component being used for isDirector is ERD2WDisplayString.
This wraps the string value in a <span> with a class defined by d2wContext.class.
Having done that, they may be styled accordingly:

span.true, span.false {
	text-indent: -5000px;
	display: block;
	width: 16px;
	height: 16px;

span.true {
	background: url(/WebObjects/Frameworks/JavaDirectToWeb.framework/WebServerResources/CheckboxOn.gif);

span.false {
	background: url(/WebObjects/Frameworks/JavaDirectToWeb.framework/WebServerResources/CheckboxOff.gif);

Similarly, any multi-valued property may be displayed just as easily - without the use of custom components.

Development of a Diva look app is mostly customization of the CSS and D2W (rules).