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Orientation The article is presented in a portrait fashion.

. This is the standard style in magazines and newspapers, although some can feature landscape pages which are often posters featured in the magazine. Blobs and Stars These are the parts of an article that are added to draw attention to particular sections of the article. For example the paint splatters in the title. They are different and draw you in. White Space It refers to the empty spaces in a design. It is used to separate elements in a design. White Space is not always white, if the background where to be blue, it would be called Blue Space. It is also known as Negative Space. It is the area of an article that is not occupied by any shapes, text or images. Page Numbers This article was on pages 30 and 31 in Kerrang magazine. In publications it makes it easier to navigate through the magazine, especially if theres a contents page. Margins Margins are the space around the edge of the page where you avoid putting text. This creates a frame for your work.

Spread This is a double page spread from the magazine Kerrang. Double page spreads are most popular in magazines, although some articles can take up many pages.

Headline/Header The header draws you in to the article as its the biggest text feature on the page. The one in this article is Teen Spirit. The font also draws you in because its exciting.

Strapline Also known as the subheading; this is the line after the text which explains more about the article.

Columns This article has 3 clear columns which split up the text, making it easier to read. This is the normal way when writing in a magazine or newspaper. Drop Capitals This is the first letter of a paragraph that is enlarged over two or more lines. Reverse Also known as dropout, this technique involves having white writing on a black background. Pull Quote This is a part of an article where it has been pulled out to strike attention. It usually is in a different colour, font, size and weight to the original text.

Grids Grids are used to help place your text, photos and graphics on your page. Grids can either be simple, or very complex. They provide a clean and simple look for your article.

Border They are used to form the edge of a box or photograph.

Base Line This is an imaginary line that the texts sit on. Every single word has a baseline.

Cut-Out This is where part of a photograph is cut out and the background is removed. This can make it easier in incorporate images.

Cross-head A heading set in the body of text used to break it into easy readable sections.