jump page


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jump page

A temporary or permanent Web page that is used to redirect the visitor elsewhere. Also called a "splash page," it may appear as a popup window to entice you to go to an e-commerce site, or it may be a full page that serves as an index to other sites. A jump page may also redirect the user to the new location of a Web page that has changed its address. See landing page.
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The paper said an "unsubstantiated" story implied the prosecutors used "faulty information...to improperly prosecute nine people for murder." A detailed list of corrections appeared on the jump page.
Even then, it was buried on a jump page, the report said.
This time, the lynching photo moved to an inside jump page where it ran with the end of the review.
The revamped paper will have a new font and news summary, and it will jump Page One stories to the next page.
Another photo of him on the links appeared on the jump page.
The Times, in an above-the-fold metropolitan page story headlined "Fans Dig Deep and Give It All They've Got for Series Ticket," noted on a jump page that Steinbrenner"also offered tickets in one of the stadium's luxury boxes to members of news organizations who are not covering the game."
Rather than setting up a story's jump as another article, then pasting it to a jump page -- eating up time and confusing the newly trained -- the design or copy desk creates a jump page to which it brings the full story from QuickWire and cuts the already-placed portion.
The story was not run on the front page of the newspaper, but on the bottom of the sports section cover page -- with the meat of the article on a jump page.
Still, it's significant that Farley appears on the jump page of the Chronicle's main news section, not on the comics pages.
21 letter to Blethen, expressed anger that his denial in the Page One story appeared on the "jump page in the third sentence of a three-sentence paragraph."
Still, the "Revolt at Walmart" captured the headlines--while the positive initiatives, both here and abroad, that characterized the retailer in the past fiscal year were relegated to the jump pages, if indeed they got any attention at all.