top, and may be up to two paragraphs long. They offer anecdotes, examples and metaphors, and they rarely depend on generalizations or abstract ideas. quot;s Words spoken by someone in a story. Bibliography edit Linda Jorgensen. The tense used for news style articles is past tense. Kicker edit The last story in the news broadcast; a "happy" story to end the show. Register To align different color plates or overlays so they're perfectly positioned when they print Resolution The quality of digital detail in an image, depending upon its number of dots per inch (dpi). A WordCount reader wrote recently after reading a post on making editors fall in love with your work that included advice to always submit headlines and decks when you turn in stories. Pagination The process of generating a page on a computer. Sidesaddle head A headline placed to the left of a story, instead of above it; also called a side head.
Spread Another term for a large page layout; usually refers to a photo page. But with search engines such as Google which drive much of the traffic to online news articles, headlines now play a large role in how a dek is written. Byline: Name of the article (story) writer/author. Box, a ruled border around a story or art. The Newspaper Designer's Handbook, 5/e, tim Harrower, agate.