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SAMPLE: An example of an article page

Tuesday, 21 February 2017   (4 Comments)
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Article by Joe Blogs, features writer

 

This page is an example of what a standard article looks like within YM.

 

The headline entered in the box above automatically is generated as the red headline in the article. To add the byline use the format normal, then highlight the words and select italics. The body copy can be formatted to include sub-headings and there are different fonts available in the editor if required but it is best to leave the styles as consistent as possible to avoid a messy article.

 

An editorial image could be included with the article.

  • Change width to be approx 250px (let it keep its original proportions by not forcing a px on the depth) and it will take up less of the page
  • Make it right justified then it will sit within the body copy instead of above it.
  • Add a white 5px border to the image to prevent it sitting too close to the copy. 

 

Sub-heads are helpful

This larger sub-head is using the format heading 4. Sub-heads are useful if we want to space out the copy and make certain points stand out. Or we could use a bullet point list to itemise some other points:

  • point one
  • point two
  • point three

 

Smaller sub-head

This smaller sub-head has used format heading 6. The copy below the smaller sub-head is in a numbered list:

  1. point one
  2. point two
  3. point three

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Each article page will have a link at the bottom to help readers get back to the eHealthNews.nz home page, so it is easy to browse other articles.

 


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Comments...

Jeneffer Navarrete says...
Posted Wednesday, 3 January 2018
test
Taryn Davies says...
Posted Thursday, 7 December 2017
Testing adding scripting
Taryn Davies says...
Posted Thursday, 7 December 2017
This is a second test comment Trying formatting like strong and bold and making an active link.
Kim Mundell, HINZ says...
Posted Wednesday, 6 December 2017
This is a test comment

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