"[Marketers] say, I want above-the-fold
impressions," said Jeff Burkett, senior director of ad innovations and client services at the Post.
Its most notable feature is the incredibly long sidebar on the right-hand side, which demands endless downward scrolling and makes a mockery of the "above-the-fold
The New Hampshire Union Leader, which has endorsed - and aggressively defended - Newt Gingrich, today features on its front page an above-the-fold
editorial slamming Mitt Romney and urging the state to keep up its "funny little habit of turning conventional wisdom on its head and deciding things for itself."
headlines in today's Journal North 11/12/2010 report that we may be facing a $450,000,000.00 deficit starting in July, and the incoming Governor responded, "The revelation of a near half-billion dollar deficit is far worse than expected..
Images below-the-fold, for example, should only download when the user scrolls there (or at least after the ones above-the-fold
The dizzying array of almost-equally ballyhooed events, each awarded the TV-equivalent of above-the-fold
treatment, included: Swimmer Michael Phelps doing a bong hit; Chris Brown and Rihanna's Grammy Awards no-show; Yankee slugger Alex Rodriguez's admission of steroid use; memorials for Florida toddler Caylee Anthony; and rumors of key cast exits at "Greys Anatomy."
Today, with reports of contractor waste, fraud and abuse in Iraq and Afghanistan making for nightly newscast leads and above-the-fold
front page stories, members of Congress on both sides of the aisle are looking to resurrect Truman's legacy and make a few headlines of their own.
In April 2006, an above-the-fold
story on the front page of The New York Times introduced the world to the fossil Tiktaalik.
One way to work around image blocking--the automatic distortion or omission of images--is to incorporate "above-the-fold
6 New York Times article described the measure's enactment as a "moment of political triumph for the anti-abortion movement, a reflection of its influence with a Republican-controlled Congress and a Republican president." The above-the-fold
, front-page article was accompanied by a large color photo of an array of Religious Right leaders at the signing ceremony.
issues," states Santa, referring to newspaper stories which are so important they appear above-the-fold
of the paper, "we do face a challenge on who speaks for our industry.
issues." says Santa, referring to newspaper stories deemed to be so regent they appear above the-fold, "we do face a challenge on who speaks for our industry.