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above the fold

The part of a Web page that is visible without scrolling. The fold is an invisible line simulating where a newspaper is folded. This is a design consideration when laying out a Web page so that all the important information can be seen at once. The majority of monitors today have at least 1,080 lines of resolution, and the page size above the fold is roughly a thousand vertical lines.
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But when you add skyboxes to a sometimes oversized masthead, that combination can take up over a third of the front page, allowing a much smaller area (vertically) for a bold headline and photo above the fold.
- Shelf Guides: To maximize page real estate, enables brands to place multiple key-feature hotspots above the fold and inside the hero image.
* Only web pages that were visible "above the fold" on franchise recruitment sites homepages were considered in this study.
There are fewer ads on each SERP and fewer organic results above the fold," Veronica Romney, Director of SEO and SEM, Entrata says.
Contract notice: With Mapa Advertising For Peripheral Venous Catheters Inserted Such Long Midline Above The Fold Of The Elbow And Associated Accessories
Keep the call to action "above the fold." Bell urged credit unions to think of their websites as newspapers, and place important calls to action high up on the page so users can avoid having to scroll down to find them.
His projects have been featured on CNN, the front page of the Wall Street Journal, appeared twice on the front page of the Houston Chronicle business section (with full color photos above the fold), and was featured on the front page of the Houston Chronicle local section with a full color photo.
Have all your important information above the fold.
O'Connor, which was not included in the Times'articles that appeared online and on the front page of the New York Times (above the fold) on Feb.
The pitch: Invest $400 to $1,000 a month for a year and receive the ability to promote their business on their page, to move a favorite review "above the fold," and other benefits.
Being at the top of the list of search results is ideal, but as long as your website appears in the upper portion of the first results page, or "above the fold," to use a newspaper term, the user won't have to scroll down the page to find you.
His decision to oppose the construction of a mosque near Ground Zero in Manhattan in 2010 finally launched him above the fold on page A1 and led some commentators to accuse America's leading opponent of anti-Jewish bigotry of being a bigot.