GermanKlickstreckeRoughly, click trail. Those click-through galleries that e.g. news websites do to annoy people, increase page impressions and thus ad revenue.

Not to be confused with "click path", which is the series of hyperlinks a user visits. A click trail is a design element, a way that content is structured, the click path is user behaviour. Probably derived from "Fotostrecke", which already existed in the lingo of print journalism and just means, well, a trail of pictures. With the difference that you don't have to click through a magazine. Somehow, I can't believe no English term exists. But I couldn't find one, either. No dictionary definition, but google will show you that it's indeed used in that way. There's one result that's especially worth quoting: [Click trails - the arse antlers (tramp stamps) of the internet](http://www.fakeblog.de/2012/10/09/klickstrecken-die-arschgeweihe-des-internets/).