thumbnail creates thumbnail images with 10,000 pixels , regardless of dimensions, so that all thumbnails have the same amount of detail.
A Thumbnail image is a miniature version of a larger picture. They generally appear at about 11/2 - 2 inches in length on the screen. In the adult web thumbnail is generally part of a thumbnail gallery. This is a page with around 10 - 20 small images on it which, when clicked, take the user to the larger version of the picture. A screen of 'thumbs' is not much different from 'contact sheets' that photographers use when they want you to choose an image to be enlarged. A thumbnail image allows the surfer to preview an image that might interest them without downloading the full, larger version. Thumbs became popular on the Internet because most users are still on very slow connections Downloading the each large image would be very time consuming - plus the content of that image may not be of interest. Thumbnail images are mainly used on link list sites, TGP galleries, and in the member's areas of paysites.
A small representation of a larger graphic. Detail is lost in the representation, but you get an idea of the content of the graphic. Thumbnails are often...
A small image which is either reduced from a larger image or cropped from a larger image. A thumbnail linked to anything other than the full sized image is considered to be a blind link. Generally thumbs on a free site must be at least 100 pixels on the long side, but they tend to look better on a page if they're at least 125 pixels.
A miniaturized version of a graphic or page of a document that serves as an identifier of the original item.
A thumbnail is a small version of the original image.
A thumbnail is a small view of the current slide. It appears in several different PowerPoint screens, including Outline view.
Small rough sketch of a design.
Thumbnails are small copies of image files, approximately the size of a thumbnail. They are used to preview large image collections.
A miniature, low-resolution version of a digital image used for cataloguing and previewing purposes.
A miniature rendition of a graphic file. A thumbnail gives a idea of what the full-size graphic looks like, and is usually used as a gateway to view the full-size graphic.
A reduced-size version of an image, used to present a faster loading, albeit lower quality, alternative to larger image formats such as a GIF or a JPEG. This format is not recommended for archival purposes, but can be useful when a large number of images must be displayed on the same webpage.
A small version of a graphic image. Miniature pictures sketched as first design ideas.
A small version of the actual image used primarily for viewing purposes.
A heavily scaled-down image for orientation or overview purposes.
a small graphic, usually included as an inline image link to a larger external image. Thumbnails should be kept small so they load quickly. The user can then follow the links to the larger images, if they wish, and not be slowed down while waiting for the fullsize images to be loaded all at once.
A miniature display of an image or datafile which provides a preview. Catalyzer will generate thumbnails from a number of image formats, and display them along with the record in the main window.
A small image of a larger image or document
A small image presentd with a bibliographic record to allow users to judge whether they wish to take the time to retrieve a higher quality image.
rough sketch of a web site design that shows each page and how the pages will link together (p. 127)
A very small, rough rendition of a larger image.
A miniature representation of a page or image. A thumbnail program may be stand-alone or part of a desktop-publishing or graphics program. Thumbnails take considerable time to generate, but provide a convenient way to browse through multiple images before retrieving the one you need. A number of programs let you click on the thumbnail to retrieve the item it represents.
A miniature version of an image or electronic version of a page that is generally used to allow quick browsing through multiple images or pages. For example, Web pages often contain thumbnails of images (which can be loaded much more quickly by the Web browser than the full-size image). Many of these thumbnails can be clicked on to load the complete version of the image.
A small image that can be linked so that, when clicked, the user can see the full image. These are a colorful addition to your IVT navigation.
A half-column picture.
Shows the first frame of the clip as a small picture for reference.
A reduced-resolution image of a quicklook, small enough that many can be viewed on a page at once to allow comparisions to be made.
A tpye of rough sketch of a design made prior to developing more finalized presentations.
The size of an image you find on Web pages. Image archives will present a thumbnail version of it's contents. Thumbnails save downloadtime and allow the user the option of downloading the full version.
A reduced image of a graphic or page, used in order to view several images on a screen at one time. This enables downloading images more quickly.
A small version of an image (about the size of your thumbnail). They are slightly smaller than the average toenail. Slightly smaller than the average toenail takes too long too say and is a very silly name, which is why they chose thumbnail.
A small rough sketch of the deck and its site.
A small version of a picture. Several programs will generate these on request. PaintShop Pro does it if you click "Browse". Irfan does it if you click "Thumbnails". This is useful if you're trying to locate a picture in a directory.
A small pictorial representation of a larger image.
A small icon used in place of a larger (perhaps full screen) image as a hot link to it.
a Figure that displays an image of its source Figure at a smaller size
a highly compressed version of an image that provides a small yet complete visual representation to the human eye
a lower-resolution version of the full photo
a low resolution version of the final photo image from the Photo Collection
a miniature display of a page or image that enables you to see the layout of many pages or images on the screen at once
a miniature picture of the current document
a miniature preview of a larger graphic
a miniature representation of a graphics document
a miniature version of the original photograph to allow faster loading and an opportunity for visitors to review a representation of the photograph before loading or downloading the full version
a miniature view of each page in the document that you can display in the overview area
a miniature view of each page within a document
a miniaturized version of a full-sized image
a miniaturized version of an image
a much abridged version of an image
a much smaller image of what you wish to show the visitor
an image that is resized several times smaller in order to fit many images onto one page
an image you frequently find on Web pages
a pencil sketch of small, quickly produced exploratory designs for the pages using shapes and scribbles
a plot without titles, labels, axes and other elements except for a simplified representation of the data
a replica of an image at a reduced scale
a shrunken down version of a bigger image)
a sized-down version of a full size image
a sketch/image that is usually small (or at least smaller than the planned finished image) and is pretty simple
a smaller image, which links to original size image
a smaller, lower resolution copy of a larger image the enlargement of which would lead to a loss of clarity of the image
a smaller version of a graphic file
a smaller version of a larger image
a smaller version of an image
a smaller version of a picture
a smaller version of the graphic that a user can click on to see a full sized version of the graphic
a smaller version of the image
a smaller version of the original
a smaller version of the same picture
a smaller version of your graphic
a small graphic image that is usually used as a link to either a larger version of that image or to another web site
a small graphic in a web site that a reader can click on and then see a larger version of the same graphic
a small image hyperlink that links the viewer to the original sized image
a small image of a larger graphic that, when clicked on, opens a window with the full size graphic
a small image of picture usually linked to the original
a small image that links to a larger version of the same image
a small image that when clicked, will open a larger version of the same image
a small image, with a link to the larger image
a small picture on your website that can be clicked to zoom a larger size
a small picture that links to a larger version of the same picture
a small picture which links to a much larger picture
a small representation of an image or photograph
a small scale, typically low resolution, digital reproduction which has no commercial or reproductive value
a small version of a figure displayed inline, which is a link to the full-sized image displayed externally
a small version of a larger graphic file
a small version of a photograph or image that links to the larger version
a small version of a picture that represents the full-size version of the picture
a small version of the front cover, and is much faster to download than the actual full-size image
a small version of the graphic that downloads quickly
a small version of your image which can be linked to the original larger image
a small view of an image that contains a hyperlink to a full-size version of the same image
a tiny sketch, so called because it is typically about the size of an actual adult thumb's nail
a very small photo that is used to web pages that can link to a larger photo
a very small picture that is linked to a larger image or to anything else that is linkable
A small version of a photo generally displayed on a website. Thumbnails are used on a webpage page to keep the download time low or to display a number of images with a hyperlink to a larger version of the photo.
A picture that has been decreased in size for easier viewing on the internet, usually you can click on the image to see a full size version. [â†‘] TIFF (Tag Image File Format) - A common format for exchanging raster graphics (bitmap) images between application programs, including those used for scanner images. One of the most common graphic image formats, TIFF files are commonly used in desktop publishing, faxing, 3-D applications, and medical imaging applications.
A representation of an image in a size that's usually much smaller than its true size. For example, we may represent an image whose size is 100-by-200 pixels as a thumbnail of 25–by-50 pixels.
A small image which is linked to a larger image of the same picture or to a new page of information. Use the "Back" button at the top of your screen to return to the previous screen.
A rough sketch for a layout for a piece of print advertising.
A miniature representation of an image used to reduce file size, and thus, download time.
A very small, rough sketch representing a series of pages in a book that allows the artist to formulate the flow of the book as a whole.
A small photographic image that assists the user in choosing a product or navigating a web site.
Small image used to represent a large image, particularly if the smaller image links to the larger image. See Part VI.
A small version of a bigger picture that a person can use to assess whether it is worth requesting the larger version.
A miniature graphical representation of an image. Used by graphic designers as a quick and convenient method of viewing the contents of graphics or DTP files before they are retrieved
A much reduced representation of an image or document to "thumbnail" size. These make it easier to select sections from large documents.
a small picture that opens up to a larger view when you click on it
A small (as small as thumbnail) preview of a larger image. Often used on the web, linked to a larger version of the same image.
A very small image used in the ulrichsweb.com help file that forms a link to a larger image that opens in a pop up window. Thumbnails are used to decrease the load time of a page (since thumbnails take less time to load than full-size images).
A small image that is used to give a reader a preview of an image, so they do not need to spend the time to wait for the full image to load.
A miniature display of a page to be printed. Thumbnails enable you to see the layout of many pages on the screen at once. Internet.com/Webopedia.com
the first draft of an advertising layout, in the creative phase of the advertising design process, i.e., a very rough drawing or sketch of the advertisement without attention to detail; usually done in a much smaller size than the actual advertisement and represents the first step in turning an idea into an advertisement. See layout development process, rough layout, comprehensive, and mechanical.
A small photo on the screen, about the size of your thumbnail. You click on this, and a larger version of the photo appears. This lets users see more pictures at once, and less time is spent downloading the page.
A graphic or image purposely made smaller in size in order to display multiple images on the same Web page at the same time. A popular practice on the Web because it gives the user the chance to choose the image they would like to see a larger version of.
A smaller version of a graphic or document page that takes up less space on-screen to allow multiple pages to be viewed simultaneously. These smaller images also are faster to load than full-sized images.
A small representation of a graphic. A thumbnail is significantly smaller than the real sized graphic, and is usually used to get to the real sized graphic.
Thumbnail is small bit map version of a full size image.
A small version of a graphic image. For example, the image below is a thumbnail image of a web page.
A small version of an image, normally linked to a larger version.
A miniature representation of a digital photo often used as a preview in photo-editing programs.
A miniature version of a page; at the doodling stage.
A thumbnail is small version of a graphic image.
a small sample if a graphic image.
A small image, e.g. 100 pixels x 150 pixels, used for content preview.
In iMovie, the single-frame preview image of a DV clip. This is commonly seen on the shelf or in the clip viewer.
A small version of a bigger image on a web page. Usually containing a hyperlink to a full-size version of the image.
A miniature display of a page or image to be printed to a website.
A miniature version of an image which, when clicked on will open the full-sized image.
A small bitmap image used to represent a larger version and used to provide a small file size preview.
A low resolution, small size version of an image which can be used to quickly select the full size image.
Meaning "small sketch", a small, lower resolution image of the page selected, displayed to the right of the larger image of the page.
A small version of an image used to link to a larger version.
Smaller versions of a larger image and are usually used in place of the larger image. This allows the page to appear more quickly. Clicking on a thumbnail displays the larger picture.
A small copy of a picture of image that helps to reduce the load time of a web page.
a very small visual representation of a photo or graphic; thumbnails then expand to a larger image with the click of a mouse
Small versions of larger images, designed to load quickly. Typically, they are linked to larger images, so that users can click on them if they wish, but need not be slowed down while waiting for the full-size images to be loaded all at once.
a miniature display of a photo.
A tiny copy (about the size of a thumbnail) of a larger image. Generally, thumbnails appear on Web pages to give users a general idea of what the image looks like before they choose to spend time waiting for the larger version to download. Clicking on a thumbnail image generally causes the larger image to load automatically.
A small image, often set up as a link, that shows the reader a samll version of a larger image. It's user-friendly in that it makes the download time a choice for the viewer rather than a requirement.
A small representation of a picture on a Web page, usually containing a hyperlink to a full-size version of the graphic. Thumbnails are used to load pages rich in graphics or pictures more quickly in a Web browser. See also Auto Thumbnail.
A small representation of an image; used as an aid in indexing, previewing, or cataloging graphics images.
A DTP term used to describe the miniature representation of a digital image. Usually serves as a preview function for the storage of digitized images.
A miniature, low-resolution version of an image or illustration.
A small image that is linked to a page with a larger image to show detail. Facilitates download time when there are too many images to have full sized on a page.
A thumbnail is a small (often compressed) version of a picture (or other image). When you click on the thumbnail, it expands to a larger size to reveal more detail.
Low-resolution digital images, usually used for quick reference and linkage to a larger, higher quality image.
A small, low-resolution version of a digital image that's used strictly for identifying, displaying and cataloging full resolution versions.
A small version of a graphic image. Often links to a larger version of the image.
A small version of a photo often used to display a lot of pictures on a web page. Thumbnails are often linked to a larger version of the image, which is displayed once the thumbnail is clicked.
A small, low resolution version of a larger image file that is used for quick identification or speedy editing choices.
a small representation of your image that allows you to preview your pictures on the web much faster. Close Window
A small version of an image on a World Wide Web page, often containing a hyperlink to a full-size version of the image.
A miniature-sized version of the real picture. Every time you create or open a playlist, Dintwise automatically inserts entries at regular intervals to let you view thumbnail pages of the photos which follow. You can save thumbnails as individual files if you wish, and you can also save pages of thumbnails. Through the "customise" menu you can specify the size, shape and appearance of thumbnails, as well as the number per page.
A compact version of a larger graphic‚ displayed thus to decrease download times.
A small version of a digitized image. Image browsers and image editors commonly display thumbnails of several photos at a time. In Windows XP's My Pictures, one can view thumbnails of photos in both the Thumbnails and Filmstrip view modes.
A minature version of an image. Typically used in a photo gallery as the link to the large version of the image. Usually they are about 75 to 120 pixels in size along the longest side
Preview image of the first frame of a movie clip, or images. This frame can be seen in the browser window.
A much smaller version of a digital photograph (usually about the size of a postage stamp). The software provided with a digital camera typically uses thumbnails to display the images stored on a memory card.
A small copy of a larger graphic or photo
A small version of an image, usually no more than 2" on a side, used for previewing a larger image.
The most minimal form of sketching, usually using pencils, to represent a product idea. Also known as a napkin sketch.
A type of rough sketch. Some sign artists prepare several thumbnail sketches of a job, varying their layouts and fonts, before preparing one or two more complete ideas to take to a client.
Small version of a larger graphical image that can be clicked to display the full-sized image. 2.19
A miniature copy of a page.
mini-image including a hyperlink to an image in a higher-resolution, used to save page loading time.
A miniature version of an image that is often used for quick browsing through multiple images.
Reduced-size versions of pictures or sketches, used to make it easier to scan, recognize or reproduce quickly.
A small version of a photo. Image browsers commonly display thumbnails of photos several or even dozens at a time. In Windows XP's My Pictures, you can view thumbnails of photos in both the Thumbnails and Filmstrip view modes.
Usually used to describe a small clickable version of an image which when clicked displays the image in its entirety. Thumbnails are often employed in galleries to allow the user to choose the image they wish to view in higher resolution or quality. Traffic Traffic are the messages or signals transmitted through a communications system. When used in reference to a website, a busy website gets a lot of traffic, or visitors. When used in reference to the streets in Brighton, UK, there is too much of it
A small, low-resolution version of an image.
A small rough layout that shows concept development.
Reduced-scale version of a document or graphic. Thumbnail documents permit you to get a better idea of the page-by-page development of your publication. Web site visitors can click on the thumbnail graphic to download the full-sized illustration also the first ideas or sketches of a designer noted down for future reference.
A small (usually postage stamp-size) image used to give a quick preview of a much larger image.