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Page Design Elements and Vocabulary. By Mr. Adelman. Headline. The main title of an article. Subhead. A smaller headline that adds information to the main headline. Cutline. A caption that gives information about a photograph. Photo Credit. Small text that identifies the photographer.

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headline
Headline
  • The main title of an article
subhead
Subhead
  • A smaller headline that adds information to the main headline.
cutline
Cutline
  • A caption that gives information about a photograph.
photo credit
Photo Credit
  • Small text that identifies the photographer
byline
Byline
  • Text that identifies the author of an article.
dateline
Dateline
  • Text that identifies the city where an article was reported. ALL CAPS
jump line
Jump Line
  • Text that tells a reader where an article continues. (Example: Please turn to page 2)
lead story
Lead Story
  • The biggest and most important article on a page. Usually news.
dominant art
Dominant Art
  • The biggest photo or graphic on a page
secondary art
Secondary Art
  • The second-biggest photo or graphic on a page
nameplate
Nameplate
  • Text or graphic that identifies the name of a publication
folio
Folio
  • Text that identifies the date, volume, and issue of a publication