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I can't actually find it documented anywhere, but I uploaded an image and played with the "More Sizes" list: Original http://i.stack.imgur.com/YdJZt.jpg I haven't included the image inline, because StackExchange would automatically scale it down. To view the original at its full size, click the link. Large thumbnail http://i.stack.imgur.com/YdJZtl.jpg ...


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There are 6 total thumbnails that an image can be resized to. Each one is accessable by appending a single character suffix to the end of the image ID, and before the file extension. For example, the image located at http://i.imgur.com/12345.jpg has the Medium Thumbnail located at http://i.imgur.com/12345m.jpg The thumbnails are: s = Small Square ...


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You can use browsershots.org and choose a reasonable modern browser (this will include the browser window though). It even has an XML-RPC API.


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I went with bluga.net's WebThumbs service as it has the best support for the latest CSS3 modules that we're using, and a really easy to use but thorough API. The only thing significant that was missing was support for web fonts, which the author is already working on.


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There is a inbuilt functionality called featured images in WordPress: Reference : http://en.support.wordpress.com/featured-images/ I am not sure whether it will be displayed in Facebook Embed Post but it is worth giving a try if you do not already have. EDIT: See the below reference: http://en.support.wordpress.com/facebook-image-thumbnail/ Featured ...


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Check out Remove Image Search Zoom Extension. Full Disclosure: I wrote this after reading your post.


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Try the Internet Archive Wayback Machine which has archived over 150 billion web pages from 1996 to a few months ago. Most sites if not all on the sites on the Web are archived at intervals.


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I always use GrabzIt for this, they provide a great service, with API's for five different languages that allow you to easily integrate it into your web app. Its also free easy to use and fast.


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If you want something to use via an API, then Kwiboo offer a web-snapshot service that does this.



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