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This is a long explanation on how we've strayed from the "pop" of front page photos above the fold, and I believe mis-marketed our products on newsstands.
Above the fold on the right hand side is the latest chapter in the Obama administration's attempt to mollify religious groups who oppose its policy requiring health insurance plans to provide free contraceptives.
All tabs but the "Photos" tab can be moved, so display important tabs above the fold. Personally, I fail to see how the "Likes" tab (which essentially does nothing else but display the number of fans your page has) is important enough to remain above the fold, yet that's where it is on most hotels' Facebook pages.
The goal is to put it up at least once a day on the home page above the fold, so people can click over to the opinion page.
We have seen everything from "America Chooses Change" to simply "HISTORY" above the fold on page one.
It was on the front page, above the fold and led me to wonder how many supposedly incisive political observers had actually read anything more than the headline.
The leading story of the Sunday, January 13 edition of the New York Times was titled "Across America, Deadly Echoes of Foreign Battles." This feature got the coveted "above the fold" position on the front page plus two centerfold pages, continuing on a fourth.
"BUT A LEVEE MUST'VE BROKEN: SUDDENLY ADS ARE EVERYWHERE" SPILLING ABOVE THE FOLD, WIPING OUT ARTICLES IN THEIR PATH" CHOKING OUT EVERYTHING BUT A FEW A.P.
The results propelled discussion at the "Future of News Industry Jobs" conference cohosted by the journalism school and the guild-CWA in October (see Above the Fold, December/January).
Most search options appear above the fold to minimize scrolling.
The strip soon split into two distinct formats: The Dailies (which appeared nearly every Tuesday and Thursday in the New York Evening Telegram) and The Saturday (which expanded to take up roughly twice the Daily square inches which constituted almost all of the newspaper page above the fold).
The headline in the state's largest newspaper, front page, above the fold, read: "Del.