Body Text


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Body Text

1. In word processing, the default font for typing in the body of a document. The body type is usually a basic font like Arial or Times New Roman.

2. See: Body type.
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You need to interrupt users who are looking through their newsfeeds with an interesting image, headline and body text.
Namely, links before and after webpage body texts are respectively divided into one logical link block and in total there are 2 logical link blocks.
Bing supports the title, body text, and anchor text but uses a different prefix for the body text than Google.
Wenger, who had the frontman on the bench on Sunday, said: "He has shown a good attitude in training and good very mch pleaseThis is body text thanks very hard work.
The human body text uses similar close up techniques, though it employs computer generated images rather than photography.
In every chapter and, in some sections, on almost every page there are either errors in English grammar or punctuation, strange layout choices, body text choked by the choice of a two-column layout (a narrow column runs down the edge of each page allowing Muhlen to highlight key terms, points and concepts), sentences that finish with ellipsis rather than a full stop, or other similar issues.
The endnotes are a treasure trove; several of them should have been included in the body text.
The company said its new RMail Mobile also includes legal electronic signatures to lock in agreements on attached documents or messages typed in email body text, enhanced deliverability with read receipts and proof records specially routed or stored for easy reference after the fact.
The resulting analysis card summarises the data from the following typographical elements: (1) typography of the masthead, and (2) typography used in the front page headlines, the headings on the inside pages, kickers and subheadings, summaries, summary leads, the body text, the heading and text of the supporting information sections, captions and, finally, the fonts used in tables, graphics and infographics.
The best way to choose a color palette is to examine your logo's colors and then extend them across the site, choosing light colors for page backgrounds and darker contrasting colors for body text and headlines.
Some readers may find that the publisher's puzzling decision to use a distractingly heavy font for the body text detracts from their enjoyment of this book.
A notes to editors (or "the boilerplate") paragraph is placed after the main body text and contains additional information about your company or organisation.