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Articles carry reduced-size thumbnails instead of full images which the user can view by "clicking through" the thumbnail but in some file types a thumbnail's reduced dimensions doesn't translate into a concomitant reduction in file size.
In most browsers you can see a thumbnail's size by right-clicking for its "Properties". If one image's file size is disproportionate to those of others in the same article, you may want to reduce it by selecting a different file format: GIF images with a frame size larger than A thumbnail of a GIF image can be considerably larger in kilobytes than the original image file.
Animated GIF images have a few additional restrictions. When not using a GIF animation at its original frame size, consider creating an Ogg Theora movie of the animation.Resizing images for the web - In this article, we will look at digital imaging concepts to do with resolution, image size and resizing images for the web.
o To determine the relevance of image file formats to computer programming to the USANT Computer Science students. • Specific o To be aware of the different image file formats that makes better of the programs made by USANT Computer Science students.
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File Formats Help: How do I view different. Where an image consists solely of line art, charts text and simple graphics, an SVG file can be significantly smaller than other graphics formats.
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