People judge images and videos by their thumbnails every day. But what exactly are thumbnails? Thumbnails are reduced-size versions of images or videos that originally got their name from being about the size of a human thumb nail. In fact, thumbnails serve the same role for images as a normal text index does for words. If a viewer is interested, they can click on the thumbnail to expand the image and see the full picture. Thumbnails make for smaller, more easily viewable pages and also allow viewers to have control over exactly what they want to see.
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On web pages, they also avoid the need to download larger files unnecessarily. Thumbnails are ideally implemented on web pages as separate, smaller copies of the original image, in part because one purpose of a thumbnail image on a web page is to reduce bandwidth and download time. Some web designers produce thumbnails with HTML or client-side scripting that makes the user's browser shrink the picture, rather than use a smaller copy of the image.